Monthly Archives: January 2018

Celeste

She is called Teacher who knows all the birds – Children call her that, walking through the woods, or by the lake.  Parents, too, because their children do, ask her What is that bird called? And she who knows all … Continue reading

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MELTED ANSWERS NEWSLETTER . 01

she wears her multicoloured dress when she tells stories; she calls it her storyteller’s dress – because it is..  it boasts a dozen separate and distinct colours; each colour owning its own story, each story owning three more stories for … Continue reading

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MELTED ANSWERS NEWSLETTER

today’s project is titled UNSCHEDULED EVENTS … a story drawn from the Casebooks of North byNorthEast-Roberts.  It is 1,949 words long, approximately.  Within its pages we meet the actor/detective North byNorthEast-Roberts, and the three Scarecrows who hire him … why … Continue reading

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2018

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2018

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