Posted by Anthony St. Clair on oneword October 31, 2005 06:00 AMThe day was gone, low and red and quiet. A star peeked out; a breeze picked up, cool and soft and just barely rustling the black-green plants. The moon waited; the sun was gone; the world breathed in, breathed out, and welcomed the night. … Read more

Ant’s Gussied-up Sausage Biscuits

The breakfast below is especially good on a slightly chilly Sunday morning. Ingredients Coffee, lots Celtic music (such as the Mist-Covered Mountain, on Eugene’s KLCC) Gimme Lean Sausage (excellent vegetarian sausage, very similar to meat and damn tasty) Feta cheese Mushrooms (I used chantrelles today, but whatever your preference is) Scallions Deli-style/brown mustard Tin of … Read more

Light blogging during Nano

Novel insanity and blog sparsityGoodness, it’s only a couple of days until National Novel Writing Month. 50,000 words. 30 days. Oh man. While trying to fulfill my daily minimum of 1,667 words (well, personally I’m aiming for 2,000), there won’t be as much activity on here as usual. Except…Daily blurbs and word countsThere will be … Read more


Posted by Anthony St. Clair on oneword October 28, 2005 10:08 AMAt the crossroads of happiness and madness, the crazy spinner looked up and down each road, at the crossroads of wealth and gladness, he threw down a heavy heavy load; at the crossroads of lame or radness, he put on some speckled shades – … Read more

A pumpkin for all seasons

Get recipes for… Homemade Pumpkin Puree, Pumpkin Soup in Tureen, Pumpkin-Style Chili, Vegetable and Rice, Pumpkin Crèmes Brûlées, Pumpkin Pie Spice, and Pumpkin Fudge. Link: A pumpkin for all seasons – The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, USA. In addition to some yummy-sounding recipes (Jodie, Taylor, are you game?), the article also gives the real scoop on … Read more

Leg 2

Posted by Anthony St. Clair on oneword October 26, 2005 06:06 AMHe rubbed his leg where the last kick had hit. "He didn’t break anything," but it was close. He stood up and started walking to the control panel. Pain blew up stars in front of his eyes. "Just get there, before it all blows … Read more


Posted by Anthony St. Clair on oneword October 26, 2005 06:06 AMShe ripped off a chicken leg and took a swig of beer. The last warm breeze fluttered over the picnic table. She raised her pint glass to the setting sun. "Welcome autumn," she said, and drank. All oneword entries for "leg" Your turn to … Read more

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