Rosemary Kirstein

Leominster, Massachussets, The United States



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No, I have not fallen off the face of the earth…

(… Although, that might actually be interesting, in an SFnal way.) Nope, still here.  Long period of non-blogging is largely due to activities and issues in the Real World Out There, requiring way more attention than I hoped, not to mention actual physical actions.  Such as dashing about, lifting, lugging, tossing, shifting.  Oh, and painting.  […]
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Published on July 20, 2021 20:51
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“I don't necessarily respect other people's religions, or any religion. But the people—I respect them, and I give them the honor they deserve, whatever they believe.”
Rosemary Kirstein, The Steerswoman

“The change, she knew, was only in herself; she was relieved of deception, and her mind was free to work on its familiar paths. She recognized for the first time that lies worked damage in two directions.”
Rosemary Kirstein, The Steerswoman

“Rowan sighed. “Yes.” She folded her hands before her on the table, sat gazing at them a moment. “But.” She looked up at the Outskirter. “Bel, no matter how clever we are, no matter how much we can discover, I believe that the common folk will, at the end of this, need magic. Even if we defeat Slado, or kill him, Routine Bioform Clearance will have to be reestablished according to its proper use, and maintained, and intelligently so.”
Rosemary Kirstein, The Language of Power

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