RE: [SCA_BARDS] Digest Number 1257
- Re: Goldihat and the Three Peers: ROTFL etc.!!!
May I forward this, with attribute (Iago ap Adam, right?) to others who will
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What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is
nothing new under the sun. Ecclesiastes 1:9
- On 07/24/2006 12:17 PM, "Janet Anderson" <dorigen@...> wrote:
> Re: Goldihat and the Three Peers: ROTFL etc.!!!I'll second that... And go further with a "and how do I get permission to
> May I forward this, with attribute (Iago ap Adam, right?) to others who will
> appreciate it?
put this in the baronial newsletter?"
Veronica da Lugano
(still giggling... Our barony has 5 peers in it - four birds and a chiv. No
resting on laurels around here!)
- Re: Fwds & print (newslette request)Forwards: - Please feel free! - I received it as a forward posting - however,
speaking as a bard -
PLEASE make sure that the proper author credit (name/by) appears with
or under the title!
Goldihat and the Three Peers by Maister Iago ab Adam
and all you storytellers or ones who want to try your hand - go for it!
Let's see more!
Also, although most fairytales are public domain now - and period - it would be fun to include the original author's name or collected by (Anderson, Grimm's etc) tooAs far as permission, let me see if I can track down from whence it commeth - and secure his permission re: newslettersI think that we, bards and all - should support writing more skewed fairy tales!!I will post re: M. Iago's contact when I find, for print rights.Jenwho's already playing at titles
Seige Mathematics. "The right angle to approach a difficult problem is the 'try-angle'" - anon.
when they reached with their voice
they commanded a greater power and weaponry
beyond any mere mortal touch
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