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Scheherazade, Dinharazade, stories from 1001 night. How is the precious princess called ? Part II

                              …………. the second part…………………

……..Thorus was broken open to procure herbs on the different marketplaces. Many days passed, then, finally, in the old port Asbana Thorus had everything together. 523 more words

1001 Nights

Teens Can Write Too! -- Music, and Writing

It’s time for the Teens Can Write Too blog chain! This month’s question:

“How does music relate to your writing?”

When I first saw that this was this month’s topic, I was excited. 949 more words

Read-Along: The Sharazad Project (Part 3)

And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of the day, and ceased saying her permitted say. Then quoth Dunyazad, “O my sister, how pleasant is thy tale, and how tasteful, how sweet, and how grateful!” She replied, “And where is this compared with what I could tell thee on the coming night if the king deign spare my life?” 1,732 more words


Murakamiho povídky

Na sociální síti sleduji profil Harukiho Murakamiho a nedávno se na něm objevil odkaz na nové povídky uveřejněné na stránce New YorkeruKino je příběh o devětatřicetiletém muži, který si v Tokyu otevře bar, pouští tam staré desky a sleduje své nemnohé zákazníky. 699 more words


Read Haruki Murakami's new short story

Anything new from Japanese author Haruki Murakami is welcome. This week he published Kino, a newly translated short story, in the New Yorker. This is not the first time he has shared his work in this way. 16 more words


valentine's day at the ballet

Happy Valentine’s Day, lovers!

This year FBP is celebrating with a final performance of steamy Scheherazade & Soledad at Up Close On Hope.  There’s (yet another) snow storm in the forecast, but we’re nearly sold out tonight, so the show must go on!   31 more words


Esther's Timeline

My Incorporeum stories are categorized as Biblical Speculative Fiction, or Weird Fic (as is Garden Gnome Pub‘s specialty.) Each story has a tie-in with a story or setting in the bible. 2,153 more words