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Willow Croft

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In addition to walking through realms, Willow Croft does spend time in the real world—mainly in the company of animals, insects, trees, and, perhaps, the occasional human. She holds tangible degrees in this dimension: a BA in Writing and Literature, and a MA in History. Her real-world dreams include moving to Scotland and indulging in a slow-travel trip around the world. After she saves the planet, of course.

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Lost and Found


The store had everything


Everything I gave away


and wish I hadn’t


plus everything I wanted


but didn’t need


and even a couple of things I secretly did.


The best part about thrift stores is


you find what you weren’t looking for


among all the people from my past


and present


you were there, talking about


a tennis lesson in Florida,


of all things.


Even more improbable,


I was playing matchmaker, y...

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