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Morgan le Fay by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys (1864)

Ley Lines Contest Winner: “A Place Without Time”

The public voting has closed, and we have contacted the winner! Congratulations go to David Amburgey for his winning entry “A Place Without Time.” Thanks, everyone, for making a submission, judging, and voting in this contest. We all had a great time with it, and we hope you have enjoyed the results. Stay tuned for …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “Ice Maiden’s Heart” by Troy E. Taylor

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is Troy E. Taylor’s entry for your reading pleasure. Mead Hall Yaznexitoken adjusted his jeweled and silver-dusted cloak, which glittered in contrast to his dull maroon scales. Rings adored three fingers on his right hand, a band of worked silver encircled his left …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “Five Finger Discount” by Stephen Rowe

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is Stephen Rowe’s entry for your reading pleasure. Immortality does not grant flawless recollection. I like to think of my experiences as a solid defining whole, but that’s a pleasant lie. Memories are closer to smoke than stone. I bottle wisps at random, and …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “Lantern Festival” by Jeff Quick

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is Jeff Quick’s entry for your reading pleasure. The snow was piled a human’s height this year, taller in some places. “Baba Yaga hides fresh secrets this winter,” went the saying. And so the Lantern Festival was invested with an unusual fervor in …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “A Done Deal, a Final Act, and a Parting” by Chris Lozaga

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is Chris Lozaga’s entry for your reading pleasure. “Put your considerable girth between me and the crowd, else it will look as though we are breaking in,” Ivka said slyly as his nimble, scaly hands furiously worked a set of picks. Gremmel, twice …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “The Apple Thief” by Maggie Hoyt

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is Maggie Hoyt’s entry for your reading pleasure. The eastern Margreve was desolate, an endless waste of sparse trees. Finna crunched through falling autumn leaves, her footsteps echoing against the silent, lifeless backdrop. Her hunger hadn’t been so bad yesterday, for she had …

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Ley Lines Finalist: “A Place Without Time” by David Amburgey

We have six finalists in the Ley Lines fiction contest, and here is David Amburgey’s entry for your reading pleasure. Nera thought she had never seen a man so strong, which was funny, really. The rocks Johr piled onto the cairn were so small. She sat with her back to his travel bags and watched …

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Monarch of the Monsters: We Have a Winner!

Voting has closed for our Monarch of the Monsters design contest, and we have a winner! With 107 votes it’s the mask wight designed by Sersa Victory for the 13th Age RPG. Sersa’s commitments for 2014 prevent him from taking on any new freelance projects. So we’re awarding a freelance design commission from Kobold Press to the second …

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