The Executioner’s Knot by Kristan R. Kelskar You know, there is a tale ’bout this knot, ’bout foolish gals ‘n guys and their lot. *** Once there was One. A silly billy. Don’t know his name, maybe t’was Willy? But that does really matter … Continue readingThe Executioner’s Knot
Eyrewood Halloween Below is a collection of photos you mortals sent to something called “Penny-Arcade” in an effort to show your respect for the Eyrewood in what we believe is some kind of annual costume party. We find your display… pleasing. Please do not … Continue readingEyrewood Halloween
Twainward by Tyler Kalicicki The forest had drawn silent all around Mikael. Small birds and other prey could sense the hunger in the gathered predators and were keen to avoid being the next target. Shrill shrieks came from the two gliders in front of him … Continue readingTwainward
TRAVELERS SONG by Devin A Poet Remember these words, my lone little child, Lest you wander and die, lost in the wild. You need be prepared in the Wood of Eyre, For you might face a beast or get torn by the briar. … Continue readingTravelers Song
The Tithe by Anne Richmond and the Sirens of Sterling | Twitter: @annerichmond This song was written by Anne Richmond and arranged by the Sirens of Sterling. It is based on “The Tithe” by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik of Penny Arcade. You can watch a recording … Continue readingThe Tithe
The Forget Me Knot by Ren Cooper | Twitter: @renfamous Here we have the Forget Me Knot by Ren Cooper, tied to a tree in traditional Thornwatch fashion, followed by a Forget Me Knot as a crown for a Daughter of the Eyrewood.
Eyrewood Stitches by Lauren Cooper | twitter: @Renfamous Cross-stitch creations from Lauren Renfamous Cooper, created for the Childs Play auction.
The Knot of Counterpoint by Kim C. The Knot of Counterpoint is made out of young vine or tall grass. if a sufficient length of vine or grass cannot be found, several can be woven together so long as the ends are … Continue readingThe Knot of Counterpoint
Jesse’s Bramble by Martin Karsten / @apeot1980 Jesse woke to the sound of claws scratching over the roof and was immediately aware of a whole tapestry of sounds filling the little hut that was home: Roots burrowing through the floorboards, branches slapping against the Karstwalls … Continue readingJesse’s Bramble