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Terri Windling
Writer and editor in the fantasy field for 30+ years, artist, and folklorist. Wandering the deep, dark forests of story at Myth & Moor: .
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Kathryn Aalto 12h
Please join me in celebrating the UK pub date of my book, Writing Wild, with my friend James Rebanks. We will be 'In Conversation' on IGTV. Grab a 🍸and pop on over to my Instagram page next Wed at 7 PM BST. Info below, would be lovely to have you join us! 🌱
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Maria Tatar 13h
"I’ve been breathing fairy tales since before I could read…These are my foundational myths. Of course I keep coming back to them—how could I ever escape them?” Why Are The Same Fairytales Retold Again And Again?-
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Terri Windling 17h
Replying to @CoffeefaceFox
Thank you.
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Terri Windling 17h
Today on Myth & Moor, The Speech of Animals: stories of communication between the human and animal worlds. With art from Russian surrealist photographer Katerina Plotnikova.
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Terri Windling 18h
Tilly's morning: at the woodland gate. Perhaps we are here in order to say: house, bridge, fountain, gate, pitcher, fruit-tree, window... To say them more intensely than the Things themselves Ever dreamed of existing. - Rilke (Duino Elegy 9)
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Terri Windling 18h
Replying to @pericula
Don't they! ♥️🐕
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Terri Windling 18h
Replying to @neeledgam
There are so many good contemporary Latinx writers to read! Carmen Maria Machado, Luis Alberto Urrea,Daniel José Older, Hernan Díaz, Jenny Torres Sanchez, Erika Sánchez, Anna-Marie McLemore, Alfredo Véa Jr., Samantha Mabry, Sandra Cisneros, Elizabeth Acevedo...just for a start!
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Terri Windling 18h
Replying to @DrFrancesRyan
I would like more info for mixed households, where one family member is shielding but the others are healthy & expected to go to work, school, etc.. What advice or help is the government giving to those of us who don't live in large enough spaces to shield from our own families?
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Terri Windling 20h
And another one for my Reading List. Thanks, Anna.
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Another one for my Reading List. Thanks, Melissa.
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Terri Windling 20h
"A gender-neutral neologism to refer to people of Latin American cultural or ethnic identity in the United States."
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David Hill 21h
Failure to wear a sprig of leaves on Oak Apple Day and you can be whipped with nettles and have your bum pinched. Hence another name for today - pinch Bum Day. Almost forgot you may also be pelted with eggs.
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Terri Windling 20h
Looking forward to this:
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Ruben Quesada, MFA, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 🇨🇷 May 28
I would like to learn if you, non-Latinx reader, are reading a book written by a Latinx writer. Please share widely. Links to books A+.
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Terri Windling 20h
I just finished "Sal and Gabi Fix the Universe" by , which is fabulous. And 's "Encantado: Desert Monologues" is my current coffee-break book. (Yeah, I have different books for different times of day.)
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Terri Windling 21h
"These are real people with mortgages, rent, bills, children, elderly relatives." Including my theatre director/performer/teacher husband. Almost everyone we know in the arts is struggling to put food on the table.
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James Mayhew 22h
is by Aubrey Beardsley's for "Le Morte D' Arthur", by Sir Thomas Malory (1893). Astonishingly influential; elegant, sensual, a nod to medieval and Renaissance art, and a dash of decorative Arts & Crafts/Pre-Raphaelite. A potent mix.
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Terri Windling 22h
Replying to @WychieWoman
Thank you. It's a very small, humble sort of house, but we love it.
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Terri Windling 22h
I'm so very sorry to hear that. Heartbreaking.
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