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  • A Storyteller's Notebook: April 2018
    A Storyteller's Notebook: April 2018

    This Month Featuring: This Year's Literary Festival at Fantasy Faire The Fantasy Faire Literary Festival ("LitFest") makes every effort to be a comprehensive literature event, and succeeds to a great degree. A part of the mega-RFL fundraising event, Fanta

  • Bookings open for Le Cirque De Nuit 2018
    Bookings open for Le Cirque De Nuit 2018

    Magic sparkles across the skies aboveIdle Rogueas the beloved production,Le Cirque de Nuitawakens for 2018. Basing their work onErin Morgenstern’s novel,The Night Circus, dance entertainers, Idle Rogue Productions lead enchanted audiences back into

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: March 2018
    A Storyteller's Notebook: March 2018

    This Month Featuring: A STORY THAT BEGAN A DECADE AGO This month's column is very personal. Like Bilbo Baggins, his heir Frodo, and many other fine characters in literature, journeys are begun that lead to places wholly unexpected, teach singular lessons

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: February 2018
    A Storyteller's Notebook: February 2018

    Image from One Billion Rising 2017 courtesy of Wildstar Beaumont This Month Featuring: THE IMPORTANCE OF STORIES "Where in the heck have you been, Caledonia?" A good question, as I celebrate the one year anniversary of this column, having not posted since

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: October 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: October 2017

    This Month Featuring: GOT GHOST STORY? In the last week or more of this month, the grid will be overflowing with opportunities to get your ghost story thrills from among the most talented storytellers in Second Life. We'll cover some of those events farth

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: September 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: September 2017

    This Month Featuring: Events and Venues Presenting Stories Regularly We are heading into the "High Story" time of year. That is not intended as a disrespectful co-opting to the Jewish High Holy Days. Late September to early April seems to be the time of y