My Blog Week: March 10 to March 16

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Cartoon English country manor receiving unexpected call

Cartoon of the Week: Whatever Next!

 

 


 

 

On Sunday another reissue of The Folly, “Utter Blame”, the temporary dénouement of Simon Tattersby’s quest to be forgiven. Monday, a new Yoharie, in which the weekly reading of The Totem-Maker gains, for Giarma, dimension. In Tuesday’s Sequence of Events, Bruner gets an official assignment, and Rose Durco visits Myrna Armstrong-Bevington; on Wednesday, the first grouping of Eight, in that particular poem series, finished, with “The Dispensing” — next up, eight aspects of propaganda. Thursday, Catastrophe, and a segue into meteorological data concerning Mount Pelée’s eruption. On Friday, a new flash fiction, “The Volunteer”, a brief adventure with young Curach, who escapes a contract to work in the mines for service in the Union Army. And on Saturday, a new Hammersmith, “Tunneling Through”: Aimee with a mission from Zetland, Vic being kept from harm’s way (the causing of it, to the plans of others).
Images on my posts often have a link to related information (click first image), sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.

 

 


 

 

My Blog Week: March 10 to March 16

 

Utter Blame: Fifteenth Tattersby
March 10

 

Yoharie: Neverers (part one)
March 11

Wikipedia: Etruscan Art

 

Sequence of Events: Moving On (part three)
March 12

 

The Dispensing (poem)
March 13

Poetry Foundation: Helen S. Chasen, “Before the Power Failure New York, July 1977”

 

La Catastrophe de la Martinique: forty-seven
March 14

The Atlantic: “The Technology That Allowed the Titanic Survivors to Survive”

 

The Volunteer: Flash Fiction
March 15

 

Tunneling Through: Hammersmith (thirty-six)
March 16

 

 

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