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Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of,
but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.

— Robert Heinlein

his is where I am gradually placing my fiction, as opposed to the non-fiction that predominates almost everywhere else in Wild Ideas. However, there will probably eventually be a few non-fiction articles as well, dealing with topics pertinent to the Studio.

As with the other Wild Ideas libraries, this one is very open to submissions from other people — of fiction and poetry, particularly that which deals with the wild in some sense, and of articles relevant to creativity or the arts in some way.

If you have something you would like to submit, please feel free to e-mail it to me. I can accept virtually any kind of word-processing file, for either Mac or PC.

Library Contents (thus far):

The Answer (or, Bored of Sensors)
By Lynna Landstreet. Originally published in Diversity: the Lesbian Rag, 1990. A bit lighter than the other pieces here, this is a satirical look at sexual politics in the lesbian community.
Beyond the Gates
By Lynna Landstreet. Unpublished, but read publicly at Arts Magicka in 1992. This story almost wrote itself, one day on my way to work. It draws a bit from Middle Eastern mythology, and Wiccan tradition.


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