Omir the Storyteller

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Friday, August 05, 2005

I'm back. Did you miss me?


It may seem as though I've been neglecting this blog lately, but in reality I . . . uh . . . um . . . oh look, shiny things!

I added a couple of my stories to the mix and backdated them to their publication on Daily Kos/Booman Tribune/My Left Wing. I hope nobody minds. Grandmother Cedar is a retelling of a First Nations story that I heard from Johnny Moses, a storyteller born on the west coast of Vancouver Island. It's a lovely story and I hope he doesn't mind if I told it from memory and posted it here. The second, The Frogs And Their King, is from Aesop, and the third, Sometimes What Seems To Be A Curse Can Be A Blessing, is an old folk tale from China, transplanted to the American south during the Civil War.

And now, back to work.


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