Walpurgisnacht Comes

The night came, April 30, the May-eve, which some folks call the Beltane. I knew a little bit about it, about the fires the ancients built to chase away the evil spirits that were said to gather on that evening. I’d read about that—and a lot of other things some folks might frown upon. I guess I have a little bit of my uncle in me after all.

–“The Fiddle is the Devil’s Instrument” from The Fiddle is the Devil’s Instrument and Other Forbidden Knowledge

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  1. FYI, the cover art of your book “The Fiddle is the Devil’s Instrument” blatantly rips off the original artwork of Borja Pindado, found here: https://www.inprnt.com/gallery/borjapindado/rhan-tegoth/ I suggest changing it soon.

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