Monthly Archives: November 2016

Explaining ‘democracy’ to a majickal-hare…

Originally posted on Niff Soup:
“You look,” Matlock griffled, as we waited for appearance of the ‘supermoon’ in his small cottage garden last week,”an oidy bit distracted.” “It’s been a strange time recently out in ‘the Great Beyond’,” I replied,…

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When We Are Vanished

Originally posted on Signposts in the Mist:
Nimue Brown is a Druid author based in Stroud. I’ve enjoyed a number of her publications on Paganism and Druidry and her Bardic poetry books. When We Are Vanished is the first of…

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Hope against hate

Another blog so soon, Tom? It’s a short one. Mostly a link. There has been a movement among kids literature creators to depict characters with a safety pin to help kids feel less alone in a world that may seem to … Continue reading

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It’s a dog eat dog world

Hello again people (and others) It’s been a while, for which I apologise. I’m going to depart, a bit, from my usual subject matter here, or perhaps, talk about art and our work as a way to point to something … Continue reading

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