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The Monk and the Forest (Part IV)

‘How could it all have come to this? Nothing makes sense.’

The Monk puzzles in cold sweat about the nature of his current predicament. He quietly resents the repressed existence he lived once, and curses his monastery for putting him in this position. 728 more words



“It’s safe to come down now. I’ve spiked the guns.” The call eventually came after a tense twenty minutes of radio silence.

“Are you certain you know what to do, Mrs King?” asked Boz as they carefully strapped on their parachutes. 630 more words

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Poetry Spotlight: Contributor Jill McDonough

Memorious contributor Jill McDonough’s latest poetry collection, Reaper, takes war poetry to new places: computer screens far removed from the action. With elegant, conversational free verse and surprising, deft villanelles, McDonough ruminates on drone warfare, one of America’s more controversial war tactics. 1,852 more words

Poetry Interviews

Malifaux Sept Painting Competition WIP Part 1

I wasn’t able to make it down for the last Malifaux Tuesday session due to work commitments, so I’ve decided to share my WIP for the Sept Painting Comp due 30 Sept. 787 more words


Epic Lost in the Swamp reaper 2

A week ago I posted a blog about soloing Detour on reaper 2. That time I had an lfm up, and just didn’t get any joiners. 480 more words


Reaper on Linux, Wine - Blog - Part 1/2

Yesterday I was just going through the Reaper website and I noticed something really interesting. I was so happy to see it.

Seems reaper works well through wine. 81 more words