Brigantia and the Bard

So then, you’re the filly who left the message at the bar for me to come an’ sit after my performance, yeah? Can’t say I get many fans clamorin’ to share a drink with me these days. Hands don’t play as spry as they used to. So which o’ my songs did you take a…

The Professor and the Raven

by Serena W. Sorrell   Winston Hannigan was a terrible bore. His colleagues knew it and avoided sharing lunch with him.; his students at the university knew it and left as soon as the chime rang. His young wife had once known it when they married thirty years ago, until she died twenty-nine years ago…

The Right Monster

by Serena W. Sorrell   In a faraway land, in a faraway place, a castle was built twixt night and tween day. The sun and the moon never moved in the sky, and so the kingdom between had both, every day. Inside this day-night castle lived Princess Kisui. She had lovely white hair and round…