Sing it soulfully with me: C-O-R O-N-A V-I-R-U-S. Everybody's miserable today, chez moi. I expect that Letters from Armorica will return next Sunday, with another memory of Hralf the week after that. Meanwhile, it's still twenty-twenty too.
This tale of Hralf is rather different from the others, and comes with all due apologies to Robert E. Howard and Fritz Leiber. Find the other tales of Hralf here. Excerpts from Hralf and the Living Ziggurat of Doom, a Copperbook published by Copperbane Publishing, Old Peldentown, as preserved by the Interviewer. These excerpts are … Continue reading Hralf and the Living Ziggurat of Doom
Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. Bois-de-Bas, Armorica 13 July 38 AF Mon cher Leon, I trust all is well with you and your family? I confess I was in such a rush to return to Amelie and my daughters that I did not linger in Mont-Havre for one moment longer than necessary. Truly, I … Continue reading Government Clarification
Another tale of Hralf the Mighty.To see the stories listed in reading order, see "Short Fiction", above. An interview with Gorteck Ironbark, former employee at Copperbane Publishing in Old Peldentown. Well, stranger, that was indeed a meal to remember. I do thank you, I surely do. What can I do for you? You want to … Continue reading Hralf and the Pot-Boilers
Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 13 July 1016 17 Rue Thomas, Toulouse, Provençe My dearest cousin Armand, Such news I have for you! Yesterday morning there came a knock on Dr. Laguerre's door during my hour with her. She rose to answer it in the frostiest possible way, and I confess I said a … Continue reading Homecoming