“….I further heard that in the months preceding his death, he had been detaining the caravans that passed by the city gates. He was overheard asking all wayfarers, traders and strangers if any in their travels had come across a woman of surpassing beauty who bore the mark of a flaming rose on her thigh, –
but the answer had long been lost in the seductive dance of an oasis mirage and in the mournful wail of the dunes as they are created and destroyed by the desert winds. In those last days he was seen standing ever watchful on his palace walls, his eyes searching the shifting shapes of the landscape, until the day folded silently into the dark and hungry cloak of the desert night. ” -Tales of the Caravanserai
Seanchai library is a wonderful venue and hosts many weekly events for readers and storytellers. Whether you are a seasoned writer or new to the scene, Seanchai welcomes all and gives people a voice to tell their story- or someone else’s. From science fiction to fantasy, adventure to old classics, from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to J.K. Rowling and more, Seanchai has something for everyone. Whether you write stories or just enjoy hearing stories then the library is for you!
I was thrilled to be invited to read my tragic tale of desert love at Seanchai’s Crazy Eight’s Celebration and tea time in LEA 9.
STORYTELLERS’ SANDBOX at the Crazy Eights Arena
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and at the same time Holly Kai Art at the Park is ongoing. Previous Post is here