Category Archives: Short story

Bardic Madness, A. S. LIV: The Song of the Griffin in Love

  Avonwood hosted Bardic Madness this year, which meant I only had an hour to drive to an event, and minimal chance of getting lost. How could I not go? Though we had a church work day scheduled, which are also … Continue reading

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Loveable Imperfections: NS A&S Competition A. S. LIII

    The Northshield Arts and Sciences Competition this year was in Watertown, and I was thinking of going, but as with Twelfth Night, weather was a major consideration and looked bad all week. However, at the last minute on Friday … Continue reading

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Penslayer gems

I didn’t post on Tuesday because, while orchestra was supposed to start up, and we even printed out the music, the weather had different ideas and orchestra was canceled and we were stuck down there for the night. It was … Continue reading

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Adventures of Copper and Sheba

[I am bidden to clarify, by persons innamorata, that this is a joint work, the product of collaboration, if you can believe it, between my sister and myself. Who chiefly took which part, and from whom came certain elements, you … Continue reading

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Adventure on the Vienna Express

The promised Olivia and Dr Rieppel story.     This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, actual events, names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, or incidents is entirely intentional. Adventure on the Vienna … Continue reading

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St Radegunde’s Fair, mostly

Here’s what I’ve got from last weekend’s event. For those of my readers who aren’t yet in the mood for that, there’s a piece of music I kind of wrote about in a different context, but which you might like … Continue reading

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I realized I never posted yet about the May concert

So here you go. 5,000 words. The final concert, the culmination of all the stress building up for the past several weeks, was also on Tuesday of finals week, which only added to it for most people. Olivia and I … Continue reading

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