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News on The Colour of Life

Christus surrexit hodie! Khristos voskres! Christus ist auferstanden! . . . or in the vulgar, Christ is risen! Also, we are snowed in. No rehearsal tonight, and a concert next week for which we are woefully unprepared. The Five Poisoned … Continue reading

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July Wrap-up

Writing: Lots. I did Camp NaNo, and at first I set my goal at 20,000 words. That’s the upper limit for the Rooglewood contest submissions, which is what I was planning to do, so it was nice and easy. Then … Continue reading

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Things ganging agley

Because this is what happens when I make plans. I try not to, because then I get attached, and when they don’t turn out, I get sad about it. It’s easier just not to plan, and then whenever you get … Continue reading

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Three Drops of Blood

Last week I said I’d be telling you more about my Snow White retelling. I don’t want to talk about it too much, as it is for a contest, but I have back-cover copy: Snow White in Orthodox Russia   … Continue reading

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Announcing. . .

Here’s the thing. I was planning (and dropped a hint or two on the blog to this effect) to write the Mediterranean-fairy-tale story for the last Rooglewood contest. Then I found out it was Snow White, and the two didn’t … Continue reading

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