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Clark Ashton Smith

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I knew that Zombie Chic would bring Clark Ashton Smith back. He’s been reprinted again, this time in what looks like a fairly professional binding. Smith is the ultimate dismal fantasist; he writes stories in settings at two ends of the spectrum: Hyperborea, and Zothique. Hyperborea is the pre-historic Conan-era fantasy setting, and Zothique is […]

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A quick summary of me (stealed from ): 33 going on 34. Grew up in North Branford, CT but born in New Haven, CT. Fluent in English, smattering of French, currently studying Homeric Greek. Nearly 100% Italian – father is all Italian, mother is 75%, with some German and Irish. Schooled publicly until college, then […]

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Eavesdropper: Something I wrote in my PDA over dinner a long time ago

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I sit here a sanctioned eavesdropper watching an unattractive bald guy trying to talk his incredibly hot co-worker into having sex with him. I can tell he’s not getting too far, but she’s going through all the motions of this negotiation as if he has a chance. She’s not completely shutting him out, perhaps because […]

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