Category Archives: Short story

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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Coming Full Circle: Spring Crown A. S. LIII, part II (and final)

(This is the second half of the story, and slightly longer than the other, I’m afraid — don’t look at me, I can’t do math — also shorter on pictures, as Wynnie was gone or otherwise occupied for most of … Continue reading

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Coming Full Circle: Spring Crown A. S. LIII, part I

Crown Tournament, May 12, Anno Societatis LIII, in Avonwood      The Village of Avonwood sent in a bid to host the Spring Crown tournament, and got it. The only available site in the area which not only had everything necessary … Continue reading

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There and Back Again: Beware the Ides of March

  Because of a snowstorm we missed going to Lupercalia, the event at which Derbail got to say Their Majesties requested the presence of AEschild for an Award of Arms. A month later we were planning to go the Ides … Continue reading

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Concerto da Camera, Part II

Dr Rieppel and LauraLee and a few others were already at First Lutheran when Olivia and I got there. We set up stands and chairs and whatnot and then waited around for other people to show up and the dress … Continue reading

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Concerto da Camera, Part I

One day while LauraLee and I were going through music in the library after the December concert, Dr Rieppel came in and asked if we’d seen his baton anywhere. We hadn’t, but he searched the Carol Sing anyway. As of … Continue reading

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“Yes,” said Pooh. “One of those. In case it isn’t.”

Rabbit gave him a hard look. “I don’t think you’re helping,” he said. My first story for the advanced fiction workshop was due this week, but the story about the plague was nowhere near being done (it’s been growing in … Continue reading

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