Sunday Short Stories

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Sunday Short Stories is a weekly Random (because New Bebe) post that shares some of the best short stories out in the ‘verse.  So grab a coffee, settle deep into your favorite chair, and enjoy the escape.


This is a little blurb/video/write up on what sounds like an amazing premise for a book, which I will definitely be reading!  Canadian Prairie Futurism : Looking at Tomorrow without Forgetting the Past Annalee Newitz

I am just in love with Uncanny and cannot recommend their magazine enough.  Check out Sarah Gailey’s City of Villains: Why I Don’t Trust Batman

Philip Pullman wrote a prequel to His Dark Materials! I just about dies when I read this. That series is one of the best I have ever read. I cannot wait to dive in to The Book of Dust October 19, 2017. Until then you can greedily read an excerpt here.

Lastly, check out my art/writing project, The Cunning Crow! The Cunning Crow is a fantasy fan-fic Newspaper, reporting on fantastical news from a city hidden just outside Kamloops, BC, called Umbra.  I have two issues out now, and am take a small break before starting issue three.

If you want MORE to read this fine Sunday morning, go scroll through all my past Sunday Short Stories or Poetry Send Off.


THE CUNNING CROWCheers~ Trish

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The Cunning Crow Isuue 2

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ISSUE 2 IS HERE!!!!

WOOPWOOP

Issue 2 of The Cunning Crow is now in the wild! Head over and delve into the fictional world of Umbra, where monster, aliens, magical beings and humans live together in a super awesome mash-up.

 

The Cunning CrowThe Cunning Crow: Your best source of local, multiverse, and planetary news in Central British Columbia.

The Cunning Crow is a fantasy fan-fic creation, reporting on fantastical news from a city hidden just outside Kamloops, BC, called Umbra.

I have uploaded it to Issue, from there you can flip through it like a newspaper/magazine and even download it there!

Included is a helpful guide Explanations to Help Understand the World (last page of publication), and citations/sources are HERE

I really hope you enjoy the world I have created! I aim to create a few of these papers, but it will take a while between each issue as I am still learning to write better and use Photoshop AND I have a new baby.

If you would like to be SUPER AWESOME FABULOUS you can help support this publication by ordering art prints here.  They are the ads that I created for the newspaper as stickers or art prints.

OR you can buy me a coffee/whiskey/wine/tea here 

To see all things related to my writing process, tips, and lots about fantasy/folklore/myth, follow my Blog, specifically the Categories Writing and The Cunning Crow OR my Twitter @trishfibs

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Trish

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Sunday Short Stories

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sunday short stories 2Sunday Short Stories is a weekly Random (because New Bebe) post that shares some of the best short stories out in the ‘verse.  So grab a coffee, settle deep into your favorite chair, and enjoy the escape.

 


Today I am giving you something a little different; a true story.  This is an enlightening article from Maptia, about The Kingdom of Bantar Gebang.  Sometimes we need to give a little- money, time, a re-tweet about a good cause- whatever you can do, and this story needs to be shared.  If you are so inclined, follow Maptia, as they produce astounding photo-stories and will give you so much more knowledge of places around the world.

LOGO Cunning CrowThis next item is a shameless plug for my new writing project, The Cunning Crow.  If you love reading Fantasy and Sci-Fi you might like this! It is a fantasy fan-fic Newspaper, reporting on fantastical news from a city hidden just outside Kamloops, BC.  Please take a moment to go check it out! 

Lastly, This is a re-telling of the Snow White story, which I rather liked, but, then again, who doesn’t like re-tellings of fairytales?



Write On! ~ Trish

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The Cunning Crow ~ News Release

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Happy Long Weekend woop woop! Its been a busy day here today with the release of my first writing/art project, The Cunning Crow.  You can read the release I wrote about it here, but right now I am giving a “news release” for the paper.

I hope you enjoy my publication!



 

The Death March Migration for the Umbra area is August 30th – 31st.

The Death March Migration is studied by private and Government groups across the planet.  Even with so many educated eyes on it, the migration is still not fully understood.

It is composed of mostly humanoid ghosts, but some four legged and flying Beings are seen within the progression. The common thread is that they are all endemic to the planet Earth.  Every year they follow the same trail, called The Dissolution Trail in Canada, right around the Earth.

Rules and Guidelines for the Umbra region have been sent out to the public, and Issue 1 of the Cunning Crow also included a copy of the rules.

Look for Issue 2 of The Cunning Crow for an article with interviews from scientists in the field studying the Death March Migration and Government officials.

Govt leaflet The Cunning Crow (Issue 1-Page 7)



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The Cunning Crow Newspaper

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It’s finally here!

The writing/art project I have been working on for months now!

The Cunning Crow: Your best source of local, multiverse, and planetary news in Central British Columbia.

The Cunning Crow is a fantasy fan-fic creation, reporting on fantastical news from a city hidden just outside Kamloops, BC, called Umbra.

Included is a helpful guide Explanations to Help Understand the World (last page of publication), and citations/sources are HERE

I really hope you enjoy the world I have created! I aim to create a few of these papers, but it will take a while between each issue as I am still learning to write better and use Photoshop AND I have a new baby.

I have uploaded it to Issue, from there you can flip through it like a newspaper/magazine and even download it there!

If you would like to be SUPER AWESOME FABULOUS you can help support this publication by ordering art prints here.  They are the ads that I created for the newspaper as stickers or art prints.



WRITE ON! ~ Trish

Follow my writing life on Twitter @trishfibs for updates!