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Shaw
I awoke to another inch or two of wet, sticky snow. Currently it's 28˚F, but, supposedly, it feels like 35˚F. We have rain coming, and the high tomorrow is supposed to be 55˚F. Recording-breaking highs are expected from Philadelphia to Boston, on the heels of the record-break lows brought on by the polar vortex.

But global warming is a hoax. So, never mind.

Nothing much from this end. No writing, just editing, email, editors, my agent. And that's gotta change. The busyness of writing is not writing.

Sirenia Digest #95 just went out to subscribers. Which is actually the ninety-sixth issue, since the digest began with #0.

We're expecting readingthedark this evening, and I need a shower, so...

Later,
Aunt Beast

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sovay
Jan. 10th, 2014 06:23 pm (UTC)
Sirenia Digest #95 just went out to subscribers. Which is actually the ninety-sixth issue, since the digest began with #0.

That is an excellent illustration for "The Peddler's Tale, or Isobel's Revenge." I like the scene chosen for "The Alchemist's Daughter," but the other one is worth having as a print on the wall. And I do love the story.

We're expecting readingthedark this evening, and I need a shower, so...

Say hello to Geoffrey for me!
pisceanblue
Jan. 10th, 2014 06:37 pm (UTC)
O Sirenia Digest, it is so very bowtie to find you in my inbox again!
martianmooncrab
Jan. 10th, 2014 07:45 pm (UTC)
have a day that has some joy in it, friends and conversations, and some silliness, a little clown music..
setsuled
Jan. 10th, 2014 09:43 pm (UTC)
Sirenia Digest #95 just went out to subscribers.

"The Peddler's Tale" is great. It has shades of MacBeth, Snow White, The Lord of the Rings, and Wagner's version of Siegfried. And I liked the device of having the woman telling the story to children in Ulthar. I wouldn't mind retiring in Ulthar myself.
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