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Medievalist Miriam

Medievalist Miriam

And the internet said to Miriam, “Tell me the story of the Destruction of Da Derga’s Hostel in a way I’ve never heard it before.” And Miriam said, “Not difficult that, since you’ve never heard it at all. But is this the day for such a story?” The internet replied, “Yes.” “As in today?” The internet looked at Miriam and said, “It would be a poor poet who could not tell us the story of Da Derga’s Hostel.” “Yes, but…

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The Hero Of Your Own Story

The Hero Of Your Own Story

In this post I’m going to talk about a few people I know in the real world. I’ve avoided all names and major identifying features, but even so, if you’re one of the people in this post and you’re uncomfortable with being mentioned, please let me know and I’ll edit it. I realise not everyone is happy to be used to illustrate a point, and had I planned this better, I would have talked to you all beforehand. Recently I’ve…

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When Is A Book Not A Book? (TCWT)

When Is A Book Not A Book? (TCWT)

I missed my TCWT post this month. I also missed writing my monthly post as Iron Man for YAvengers, for the second month running — I’m really not on top of this whole schedule thing, because moving home for the holidays has totally thrown me off track. But I’m going to write my Teens Can Write Too! post now, because I love you like that. (I’m only … five days late. Okay. That’s quite a few days. My bad.) This…

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