Monthly Archives: January 2016

Two Foals

Once upon a time, we were four friends, driving across the country in the middle of a blizzard, no questions asked, to pick up this little foal for one of us. Remember Gaia? Yeah, she looked horrible. And she had … Continue reading

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Single Frame Stories

I’m unsupervised at the moment. That’s always dangerous. The Dark Mare team is out of town. I did figure that since I’d have a week alone now, I’d get a lot of writing done, and maybe take advantage of having … Continue reading

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In Your Name

We didn’t just play the game We lived it We were always a team Never at war   I never noticed how the game Set us up Not even when you failed And left me behind   I didn’t want … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

Dear Janis Once we decided that the Dark Mare team wanted to join in the Nikon European Film Festival competition, most eyes turned to me, as the appointed script writer. The subject was “everyday moments.” For me, there is only … Continue reading

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Band Pictures

The girls and I had fun yesterday, taking what is, I believe, our first band pictures ever. For a band that has been together for 15 years, it is quite impressive that we don’t have a single picture of us … Continue reading

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Raise Your Wands

I guess there is no way around it. The death of David Bowie and Alan Rickman kind of hit hard, in my little circle of friends. Speaking as both a musician and a fantasy writer, I truly mourn the loss … Continue reading

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Evil Plans

It always bothered me how my horses seemed to be unable to handle even the slightest bit of rain. How Apocalipse and Marble would run for shelter, at the sight of a cloud in the sky, and how Saleem and … Continue reading

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