The daughter of abyssal stars remembers chaos, and the sisters of Metronome House finally begin to bond.
Kairliina lays out a broad-strokes portrait of the history and culture of her species, the Carag
All the unlit branches of many a treeboiled up from the oceans under old Galileeand all the inverse towersof all the haughty kingswere broken on the backsof the ancient angels’ ringsThe songs of revelation soared up high past all the starspast the zenithpast the nadirpast the broken gates ajar Ripples reached the non-ears of the […]
(Edit, 4/16/2022: A few paragraphs down, I suggested that it would work nicely to read this as a matched pair with the entries in Tales of Machrae Diir #2. Now that my head is clear, I do not think any such thing! Read Tales Issue #2 by itself and leave this post while you can. […]
Simple version: yes, I am insane, and yes, I am sorry. I wish I could make things right but I don’t know how. I don’t have anything I can use to do that. All the things I would’ve looked to, I already know won’t work. You told me they don’t do you any good, so… […]
To the man behind the curtain– Hey, buddy. Hm. Well… I think that was what you used to call me. I don’t think I ever gave you a name of the same spirit in trade. I just used the name I knew you by. What a tawdry thing that is. I knew you in such […]
“A world of its own deserves a calendar of its own, don’t you think? Well, deserved or not, this is the one I devised for Canno!”
I’ve mentioned once before, in my “Why I Write” essay, that gaming got me started scribing things. Well, I hope today I might be able to show you why it worked as it did. I’ll preface this by saying that it’s an unfortunate coincidence I was playing as Germany during the events of this story, […]