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26 Nov 2017
Six of them in all: Glen and Manny and Terry and Gordon and Harry and Nick. Some of them bald, some of them greying, most of them running to fat a little, though Glen was the only one with a real belly. And of course the two others, sharing the place of honor at the end of the table. Still young and handsome in their crisp new uniforms, though the framed photos were beginning to fade a little behind the glass. Bryn Lear and Evan Nissen, who hadn’t made it back.
Fandoms: Llyfr Taliesin | Book of Taliesin
25 Nov 2017
I have been a speckled snake on a hill,
I have been a viper in the lake,
I have been to the rugby,
And I am going to the rugby.
The Awen by CenozoicSynapsid for wererogue
24 Nov 2017
“Sleep now, and dream, and perhaps you will learn something. This is the river Taliesin came out of, you know, and I spent a night beside it when I was about your age.”
Where does a bard's inspiration come from? A tale of tradition, transformation and snarky early 20th century academics.
Fandoms: Cthulhu Mythos - H. P. Lovecraft
22 Nov 2017
Explore the life, works and enduring influence of Richard Upton Pickman, a controversial artist of the early 20th century. This exhibition includes several paintings never before displayed in public, including all of Pickman's graphic, unsettling "horrors" currently remaining in North America. The Boston Globe called Underworlds "stomach-turning food for thought"— but decide for yourself! Young children may find Pickman's paintings frightening; parents are advised to consider carefully before allowing them to proceed.
This program serves as a guide to the exhibit. Audio versions for your mobile phone are available at the Parrington museum website.
24 Dec 2016
“It’s a human thing,” I say. “The struggle, you don’t get how much we need it. Really trying, setting your heart on something grand and impossible, win or die.”