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Starhawk’s of City of Refuge: the Fading Magic of Nostalgia

This year, Starhawk’s “City of Refuge” was the gift I bought myself. I backed the Kickstarter and couldn’t wait for it to show up. Getting the third book in this series brought a lot of things full circle for me. … Continue reading

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Dressing to suit your own personal fable

You wore your hair in braids last night and now it’s doing that rippling thing that helps it to catch the sun. Leave it down. You have that loose dress that you never wear, but today’s the day. With the … Continue reading

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Margot Adler

I don’t have many role models. There just aren’t a lot of people like me. I see pieces of myself here and there; I take my examples from a wide and varied field of individuals who have some quality that … Continue reading

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The Lives of the Apostates: a FUBU Review

I read Eric O. Scott’s book last night. It’s short, more novella than novel, and it didn’t take me long. I was compelled to finish it and review it as soon as I could. That it compelled me to this … Continue reading

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Curse

The town where I grew up has a curse on it. It’s a story that every school kid knows and a few anthropologists have written about. Kids tell it like a ghost story until they’re too old for Santa Claus … Continue reading

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Fox and Friends

Maybe I’m a cynic, but I just can’t get mad at Fox News anymore. They’re not real news. It’s a terrible pity that a large number of people use them as a news source, but that doesn’t legitimize their inadequacy. … Continue reading

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PantheaCon: Decompression

A good friend once loaned me a pair of boots when I realized the ones I had worn were highly inappropriate for our evening. She brought them out from under the bed with an apology: “They’re all covered in Playa … Continue reading

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