Table of Contents | 9 May 2005
If I'd had so much as a few tarnished coins in my pocket, I might very well have swept my way to the next county. I plotted and planned, but could see no life other than that which I had. So I swept. Every morning, until Emlas became immortal.
To the extent that a publisher can be said to have anyone's interests at heart other than its own...
Sons of muses / know the score—we follow, / heroic
"I'm not sure that poetry is more emancipatory than fiction, but I do think that speculative fiction and poetry have a particular emancipatory power."
Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate , page 11 of 24. A serialized graphic novel.
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