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The Wildly Inappropriate Poetry of Arthur Greenleaf Holmes: A Review

There are plenty of ‘M’ rated shows when it comes to Renaissance faires, and the like, but none draw in a crowd quite like a certain ‘Wildly Inappropriate’ poet like Arthur Greenleaf Holmes. The 16th-century English libertine artist has much more to offer than just a few lines of vulgar rhymes.

Charm (Tales from the Kingdoms #2)

YOU THINK YOU KNOW THE STORY… Once upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away, a downtrodden young woman is rescued from a life of drudgery by her fairy godmother, whisked off to the Prince’s Bride Ball in an enchanted carriage and a pair of sparkling slippers. Well, not quite. Pure, sweet Cinderella? Her smiling fairy godmother? The wicked ugly stepsister? Happily ever after? In Sarah...[Read More]