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THE FROG BROTHERS MEET TURT

As the summer wanes, why should our imagination?  Join us at the Fiction House for a favorite fable, Lore of the Lindian Woods as observed by aerialist and oral storyteller Captain Polly.  As squawked to Raji Singh        When last we … Continue reading

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No. 104: OF SUPERMOONS, SCUPPERNONGS AND SUMMER

by Raji Singh The blissful harvest of all our autumn experiences yet-to-come: Quietly it approaches. I hope your fall is bountiful. The yield from the summer of 2014, a blaring brass band of the warmest of memories, preserves in the … Continue reading

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