I read things like this NYT description of Faerie Magazine and just…well… scratch my head in wonder…
‘‘Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,’’ wrote W.B. Yeats, ‘‘for I would ride with you upon the wind.’’ Had Yeats read an issue of Faerie Magazine, he might have found what he was yearning for: a rarefied realm where practical concerns are replaced by bathmats made of moss, wearable gowns constructed from 500 English roses and women who maintain close friendships with ravens and crows.
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Ha! My facebook feed is full of people who seem to want to believe in faeries and dancing bears and yet I am the crazy one. Don’t get me wrong, I love the fantasy and the imagery, but come on. 😉
It’s kind of fantastic. A whole magazine, even! I love unusual hobbies, especially when people are really passionate about them, and they’re (I think) harmless.
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