Utter Blame: Fifteenth Tattersby

    The Folly Tattersby     Utter Blame   ‘De Clieux reports the Celtic daughter could be raised— His bride full willing,’ the host, sardonic, says ‘So far south as Quimper; the Contessa di Barucchi Has invited them to stay. And what can be the meaning of that puppy-doggish eye…?’ he demands of the […]

My Blog Week: March 3 to March 9

All the Latest from Torsade!                       The week began with a poem Monday, “Hacked Back”; in Tuesday’s Sequence of Events, a little leak of information, and Bruner’s recovery blues. Wednesday, a brief tour of funky advertising from an earlier century: Adventures in Research: Huckstering; on […]