R is for Ravens. T is for Trees. W is for Witches. A few favorites from Calanthe and the Nightingale’s Halloween Alphabet. Dark, decadent, nostalgic and beautiful indeed!
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The title page from “Halloween Through Twenty Centuries” by Ralph and Adelin Linton. I first made this book’s acquaintance in Tacoma, Washington at the Anna Lemon Wheelock library. That edition was bound in black cloth, with a silver Halloween cat–back arched and looking properly spooked–on the cover. It seemed like a magic and otherworldly thing: […]
This weekend a couple of pals and I went to Larriland Farm in Woodbine, MD for some autumnal harvest-time activities. Fields. It was beautiful out! The trees were changing colors, the apples were tasty, and the pumpkins were ready for picking. There were all sorts of sounds and smells and tastes and textures to inspire. […]