Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Last Man who Died

Drake studied the horizon while the sun sank below the clouds, into the old world. So much had changed since he awakened and yet, somehow all the things that had eaten away at his soul remained the same. “Drake? Drake … Continue reading

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The Smile of Ravens

So here’s the translation I promised. Note that I’ve translated as much of this poem word for word as possible to keep it ‘intact’ but as a result I had to throw grammar out the window – or at least … Continue reading

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Korpars Leende

Mitt hjärta har inte dansat, Sedan sista gången jag på riktigt log. En kvarleva från en svunnen tid, Mitt sena leende har aldrig riktigt varit nog. Är inte även jag människa? Jag dansar bland älvorna under månens sken, Virvlande skrattande … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

Creating characters is something I spend a lot of time doing. Most I the time it’s more like they find me rather than being invented by me. Understanding a character, getting to know them and what makes them tick isn’t … Continue reading

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Carl’s Tower

Rain battered against the windows of Carl’s apartment, as it had for several hours. The wind was doing its fair share of rattling and knocking as well. Carl was sitting in his favorite chair next to his largest bookshelf. He … Continue reading

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Gaia

Every time I close my eyes, I see her tears. I hear her cries. She weeps for her lost children, for us. This world, she is filled with so much pain. Every time I close my eyes, I’m overwhelmed. I’m beaten … Continue reading

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The Grey Wolf

Once upon a time a child with strange eyes was born. These eyes held within them a sage-like curiosity that hid just underneath a predatory gaze that challenged everything they saw. The child grew up amongst trolls and fairies, feeling … Continue reading

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