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First Round-up Post

The (Cyber) Bag of Weasels

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"About as much fun as a bag of weasels"...when I first saw this Irish adage, it made me think of the life of a writer: sometimes perilous, sometimes painful, certainly interesting. My paper journal has always been called "The Bag of Weasels." This is the Bag of Weasels' online home.

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As explained in this post and comments, I have decided to change how I use my journal a bit. From here on out, it will be just that: a journal. However, I will make regular round-up posts to share links to what I am posting elsewhere that, before, probably would have ended up here. These posts will have comments shut off. If you wish to comment on something that is linked here, you are welcome to do so at the source or to email me.


  • Silmarillion Writers' Guild:

    Release the Bonds of Winter. This collection of ficlets is in answer to SWG's current challenge Within the Pages of Lore. In short, I pick a random quote from The Silmarillion and write 300 words or less about it. Currently up is:
    • The Bridge. Túrin ponders the imminent arrival of Morgoth's army and the necessity of destroying the bridge to Nargothrond.

    • Sudden Flame. After his rescue from Dagor Bragollach, Finrod receives a vision of his brothers' fate.

    • For Love of the Moon. In The Book of Lost Tales, "The Coming of the Valar and the Building of Valinor," it is said that Irmo loved Tilion (then Silmo). Here, I consider that love, in 300 words.


  • Hundrede Artes:

    Debut of Hundrede Artes! ... sort of. Hundrede Artes is my InsaneJournal blog for tracking my progress in the SCA Arts & Sciences 50 challenge, where I will create 100 pieces of medieval art in seven years. The journal exists but currently has no content aside from userinfo describing my plans for the challenge. I am also looking into using OpenID and RSS on InsaneJournal so that LJ friends and non-journal-keepers can follow along.

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