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Muse Fusion, March 2010

Muse Fusion for March, 2010


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Ularki's Blanket (1503.03.31): Short poem about Ularki's blanket
~ 71 words, Created by: Valerie Joanne Higgins (Writer), Posted: 03/22/10  

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A Monster Project (1514.07.03): Dlujan and his classmates dissect a deathfin carcass for a school project.
~ 927 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 04/14/10  

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It's Not Magic, It's Science! (1515.09.02): Oranaan makes another attempt to study the after-effects of anomalies.
~ 1450 words, Created by: Melissa Nelson (Patron), Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 04/15/10  

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It's Grey! (1516.09.07): Lenarai decides to try her hand at food for babies.
~ 71 words, Created by: Lorna (Comtessa) (Writer), Ellen Million (Patron), Posted: 03/03/10  

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Band of Ivory (1516.10.23): Lenarai gets something more than she bargained for when making a deal with Tekoth!
~ 149 words, Created by: Lorna (Comtessa) (Writer), Posted: 02/15/10  

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The First Flakes (1519.06.14): Taiv spends a relaxing late-summer afternoon with a group of snowies.
~ 237 words, Created by: Toni Sturtevant (Writer), Posted: 05/20/10  

Story Rites (1520.02.03): A body - and many memories - break free in melting spring ice.
~ 2935 words, Created by: Ellen Million (Illustration), Melissa Nelson (Patron), Ellen Million (Writer), Posted: 06/04/10  

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Alainya's Knitting (1520.02.18): Alainya practises her newly learned knitting.
~ 135 words, Created by: Valerie Joanne Higgins (Writer), Posted: 03/18/10  

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Wide Sky With Small Critters (1520.02.23): Alainya is knitting something prettier than diapers, when Bayarl, as usual, interrupts her peace--but not in the usual way.
~ 61 words, Created by: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Siobhan Murphy (Illustration), Posted: 04/09/10  

The Shades of Yesterday (1520.04.02): Unafari, a record clerk, notices something odd about a museum display. (Supporters Only!)
~ 1871 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 04/12/10  

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The Shades of Yesterday (1520.04.02): Unafari, a record clerk, notices something odd about a museum display. (Supporters Only!)
~ 1871 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 04/12/10  

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Harp of Feathers (1520.04.13): Slunai tradition tells that angry ghosts caused the upheaval. In this story, an old Slunai shaman blesses her scientist granddaughter for a trip and, perhaps, plays matchmaker a little.
~ 25 words, Created by: mikka (Patron), Melissa Nelson (Patron), Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Posted: 03/27/10  

Supposed to Be (1520.05.01): The Southern explorers find that not everything goes as it's supposed to...
~ 2310 words, Created by: Ellen Million (Writer), Posted: 09/03/10  

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Say No To The Empire (1520.06.17): An employee of the Empire goes to work.
~ 1316 words, Created by: Ellen Million (Writer), Posted: 03/29/10  

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Becoming Art (1520.06.18): It isn't the dance itself that is art.
~ 6 words, Created by: Amy Waller (Writer), Posted: 04/05/10  

In Willow's Arms (myth): A poem about why Willow is associated with death in Northern lore.
~ 160 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Ally Loughrin (Patron), Posted: 03/22/10  

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The Bird Festival (myth): In this Southern myth Rockhopper, Furbird, and Scythebeak go to the Bird Festival.
~ 1194 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 07/12/10  

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Kasiikar (myth): The dog-loving Yasiluu have their own mythology describing why the two smaller moons precede and follow the large moon in Torn World's sky.
~ 160 words, Created by: mikka (Patron), Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Posted: 05/06/10  

Kasiikar (myth): The dog-loving Yasiluu have their own mythology describing why the two smaller moons precede and follow the large moon in Torn World's sky.
~ 160 words, Created by: mikka (Patron), Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Posted: 05/06/10  

Got to Have a License (poem): A children's rhyme. Heard on the streets of Affamarg and other Empire cities.
~ 18 words, Created by: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Ally Loughrin (Patron), Posted: 03/23/10  

I Want Wings (poem): A poem in which a Southerner dreams of heavier-than-air flight. (Supporters Only!)
~ 94 words, Created by: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Posted: 04/13/10  

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