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Elevenses: With Nimue Brown and the Sinners of Hopeless Maine

Originally posted on Blake And Wight . com:
Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the sweltering summer streets of steampunk’d Lancaster! You find us this morning still trying to sell enough lemonade to keep our sinister landlord off our proverbial…

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Review: ‘Darkest Part’, by Madeleine Harwood

Originally posted on The Catbox:
‘Darkest Part’ is the first album by Madeleine Harwood, an a-cappella folk singer from Gloucestershire. I’ve been seeing a lot of Madeleine lately on social media, from friends in the Folk and Pagan scene, as…

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Audio fiction at the centre of the world

Originally posted on Druid Life:
I am delighted to announce that my speculative novel – Fast Food at the Centre of the Wold – is now entirely up at bandcamp and you can start listening to it here – https://nimuebrown.bandcamp.com/track/fast-food-at-the-centre-of-the-world-part-one This…

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Not keeping up appearances

Originally posted on Druid Life:
One of the consequences of doing anything well, is that it tends to look effortless. If you’re doing something professionally, it is of course desirable to look as good as you can while doing it.…

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The Life and Times of Angel Evans

Hello! As most of our blogging focus is on Hopeless, Maine this year (and that happens over here) I thought I’d spend some time over here bringing attention to some of the amazing things and creators we have found in … Continue reading

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The Princess in the Mound – a review

Originally posted on Druid Life:
I first encountered Linda Raedisch through her folklore-orientated non-fiction work. So when this novel came to my attention, I was keen to read it. It isn’t a big book – 98 pages of not especially…

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Tales from Tantamount: January of the Year of the Sad Plastic Bag, part one

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Being a continuing found record of the town of Tantamount. May contain newspaper headlines and humour in bad taste. Trigger warning for mention of suicide (remarkably brief). Headlines in Tantamount, January 1st The Tantamount Herald…

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