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In this review, the world of the Targaryens is historicized by one Archmaester Gyldayn. Continue reading AOG Literature Review | “Fire & Blood” by George R. R. Martin
“There be monsters strange and grotesque/Which thrive within every object-biosphere.” Continue reading AOG Poetry | In That Worlds-Cloistered Lair
“For wherever doves nest, there be lands/Ripe for those decillions-multicolored” Continue reading AOG Poetry | Build Me A Civilization, God-Bricks!
“a Confucian bond, acquired/ ‘tween a muse and her inspired.” Continue reading AOG Poetry | Searching For The Princess Whose Cursed Souls Act As A Throne-And-Ottoman
Just like my previous entries, there were some hiatuses, but I managed to get this one done. Plot In the … Continue reading AOG Literature Review | “Oracles,” by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel
This is a Young Adult novel written by Jana Mashonee, who is also Native American musician who has won eight … Continue reading AOG Literature Review | “American Indian Story: The Adventures of Sha’kona,” by Jana Mashonee and Stephan Galfas