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"All astride on her father's line, with the King and his concubine."

Sirenia Digest #98 went out to subscribers this morning.

Cooler and overcast so far today, but yesterday was nice. Spooky and I had a walk around the neighborhood, something I only very rarely do. Indeed, I've lived here, in this House built in 1875, almost six years now, and I am ashamed to say that my understanding of the neighborhood's geography is murky. I couldn't draw you a map. Anyway, there were flowers and the beginnings of leaves, a reassuring willow and genuinely warm sunlight. Here in mid April, Providence is managing a decent bit of March weather. There are photos behind the cut, courtesy Nemo:











I am looking oddly disproportionate.













The house I chose for Imp's place of residence, second-floor apartment. I've never been inside.



All photographs Copyright © 2014 by Kathryn A. Pollnac



I'm not entirely well. Partly, it's a nasty bit of Seroquel withdrawal. And Kathryn is of the opinion that the rest of my discomfort and exhaustion is simply post-novel decompression/ennui. After all that stress and all that pushing myself, it's over and out of here.

Until it comes back.

Today, I have signature pages, and work for Subterranean Press and PS Publishing, and...other stuff. I'm not in the mood to sign my name.

Meanwhile,
Aunt Beast
Tags: cherry bomb, cold spring, exhaustion, flowers, imp, pills for ills, providence, ps publishing, signature sheets, sirenia late, subterranean press, the drowning girl, trees, withdrawal
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