Of Kings and Kindness

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A Tallis Steelyard Tale Written especially for us by a popular & prolific author © Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC Story: © Jim Webster, all rights reserved Mental Health and Fantasy? In a blog conversation about his newest Tallis Steelyard tales, The Monster of Bell-Wether Gardens and other…

Regarding Lady Writers

It has been pointed out to me that poets can be supercilious, even disdainful and patronising with regard to other artists. Some have gone so far as to suggest we sneer at those lesser breeds without the law. Here I must strongly protest my innocence of these charges. Yes, other poets may bolster their flagging … More Regarding Lady Writers

Ancestral Chants

  I bumped into Tark on Pettifogger’s Gill, he was sitting under a tree, eating a midday meal of bread and cheese, and so I joined him and added a meat pie to our common table. I had last seen him when a financial syndicate decided to open up the Aphices Vales to tourism. I’m … More Ancestral Chants