Prologue – teas inspired by literary classics. To be brewed according to George Orwell’s 11 golden rules for the perfect cup of tea and sipped alongside snacks from The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook.
I need to write a poem for 6:00p.m. tonight and I’ve drank a lot of tea and I really have to pee and I have to re-read LeGuin’s The Left Hand of Darkness for my sci-fi class which I may not do since I’ve read it at least 15 times. Or something. I love that book. I put it in my bag today and held it like it was a holy relic.
I have a lot of feelings about words.
1. a collection of excerpts from written texts, especially works of literature; an anthology of short literary pieces and poems and ballads etc.
2. an anthology of good writing from the best writers for imitation.
3. a lavishly illustrated book on flowers.
Etymology: Modern Latin, from Latin florilegus (flower-collecting), from flōs (flower) + legere (to collect).
In the Old Kingdom, magic takes two forms: Free Magic and Charter Magic.
While the former is older and natural in origin, the latter is imposed by a group of powerful Free Magic beings- though some Free Magic remains in the world, mainly in various breeds of monsters.
The Phαntom Tollbooth of Night Vαle
in which α precocious αnd rαther chαrming young lαd nαmed Cecil receives α pαckαge contαining one (1) purple tollbooth αnd myriαd αccessories, αnd is led by his boundless curiosity on αn αdventure of αstronomicαl proportions
Note to self: read Faust.