Like you, I was made to study Magna Carta in grade school, and maybe like you, I remember little of what I learned. For these forty years it’s been a holy and vague document, written with golden ink on diamond dust-infused paper, possibly signed on an exploring ship, maybe by Charlemagne himself. Continue reading “Magna Carta”
This post is to keep a marker to my older fiction while I head to a new tack in my writing.
In March of 2017 I’m starting a series of very short essays about random topics. They should take about a minute to read. I have two goals:
- Practice research and communication
I’m avoiding any kind of stated schedule, format, pretension at accuracy or formality, any promises of any sort. It is what it is.