Gimbling in the Wabe – Words, Words, Words

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Polonius: What do you read, my lord? Hamlet: Words, words, words. ~William Shakespeare Although it can certainly be argued to the contrary, it seems that humans are the only creatures who use spoken language as opposed to creatures that “merely” communicate.  And although human language has existed for ages, written language has been around for only 4,000 years [….]

Gimbling in the Wabe – Words, Words, Words

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This is a repeat of a Gimbling in the Wabe from 2013. Polonius: What do you read, my lord? Hamlet: Words, words, words. ~William Shakespeare Although it can certainly be argued to the contrary, it seems that humans are the only creatures who use spoken language as opposed to creatures that “merely” communicate.  And although human language has [….]

Gimbling in the Wabe – Words, Words, Words

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  This week, I’m under the gun.  My slave-driving editor has me working on another project, so I haven’t had time to write a proper Gimbling in the Wabe (Hi, Tee!  Love you!).  So I’m sharing a former Gimbling, one of my favorites.  I should be back fresh next week.  Enjoy! Polonius: What do you [….]

Celebrating Black History Month: Review – March With Me by Rosalie T. Turner

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In celebration of Black History Month, we are honored to feature works by and/or about the civil rights movement and those writers and characters who have sacrificed more than their hearts and lives in the name of racial equality. Equality, in all facets, is not wholly complete and it is a struggle that will only [….]