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The peat-bog…

* “The peat-bog is as the raven’s coat, the stuttering quagmire rehearses the talk of the rushes is come; the ocean sinks asleep into a smooth sea and the river which runs apace is cut down; light swallows dart aloft; … Continue reading

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An Imperious Impulse: Coyote Tales

“Couldn’t you make me into a Bull?” asked Coyote.  In a time before Man walked the Earth, the Great Spirit breathed life into the land. Coyote was the First. Playful, subversive, curious and sometimes comical, he and his fellow creatures … Continue reading

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Guest author: Jane Dougherty – Launching ‘The Spring dance’ and a FREE book

Before I eulogise about the stories in The Spring Dance collection, I must thank Sue for her inspiring photographs. There are some photographs that capture natural magic, rock formations, tunnels, rivers, ruins, all subjects that Sue has snapped and offered … Continue reading

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