Tag Archives: Don and Wen

Parsley and Partiality… Stuart France

* … “I’ve answered two of the questions,” smiles Wen. “You mean you’ve found solutions to two of the problems, and which would they be then?” “I know where the tower is situated.” “Ah, I thought you had the air … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don: Crucible… Stuart France

* ‘…Such a situation invites the approach of treating the various versions  as at least theoretically, the garbled remnants of an episodic whole. While such a method can never lead us to the definitive story but merely and at every … Continue reading

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Buzzards Big as Bears… Stuart France

* …Some of the roadside Buzzards we pass resemble small bears, which I suppose makes them rather large birds. A lot has happened since our last visit to Avalon. A lot has happened this past year. Will it have altered … Continue reading

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Mother-Earth-Mound… Stuart France

* I have it in my mind that we have been to Avalon at least once since our last presentation there which was way, way, back in December Two-thousand-and-fourteen. But, when I think, it is difficult to say precisely when, … Continue reading

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Sylvan Grade… Stuart France

* Can stone turn to tree or was that just eroded memory? * Yet, if water turns to earth and air and earth to fire and air to water by dint of long forgotten alchemy. * Continue reading at Stuart … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Four Beasts…

Dear Don, Well no, I didn’t answer your question…. I thought it was rhetorical. I really should have known better, shouldn’t I? I gather you have something in mind and I’m assuming we are not drawing on specialist knowledge here … Continue reading

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Moons of Mountain Ana: Rituals… Stuart France

* Regardless of content, our most intense moments have a habit of assuming ritual clarity. Together, the figures our characters cut are colourful, and bright, and amusing; the wheel-spinning white car which your mother read about in my story, or … Continue reading

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Moons of Mountain Ana: Laburnum… Stuart France

* With almost perfect symmetry little Josh wants to take some flowers back to Mum. * He plucks from the two Laburnum grown together over a garden gate; harmonious estate, or the strain of embrace, stretching… to cleave ? Continue … Continue reading

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Moons of Mountain Ana: Sulk… Stuart France

* Becky’s sulk face is adamant with indignation. If she only knew how perilous it is to neglect the young. * …Our roles are reversed for the tale of mum and dad and a kitchen knife, which Fiona tells in … Continue reading

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Paul Andruss reviews The Initiate…

Reblogging this splendid review by Paul Andruss of The Initiate. Paul Andruss, is the author of Thomas the Rhymer & Finn Mac Cool, has been a popular guest on the blog. He made our day when he sent us this… … Continue reading

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