Table of Contents | 2 September 2002
"For everything there is a price, Comrade Daughter," Baba Yaga said. "For everything there is a cost. We are not socialists here. Have you come to me ready to pay?"
In Tolkien's trilogy, the hobbits are given weapons but are never taught how to fight with them. . . . But when the time comes for the hobbits to fight, they do so, apparently instinctively. . . . It's a curious omission from a writer so focused on practical details that he never neglects to say where his characters are getting their food and water.
all those bleached bones / beside a road carved out of desert night
Annually, we try to coax our staff to slow down long enough for us to grab a picture and a bio from them, so you can get to know the people behind the magazine.
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