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It's All About The Weather

Story Tellers
Colin Green
artist - photographer - writer
I'm the instigator of Folks Press. As well as a person who dons many hats: founder, publisher, editor, writer, musician...
Staking A Claim
News is every moment ...It's all true.

The black cat slipped into the cafe and out of reach beneath a table, where the cafe staff were unable to coax out the feline, who lounged with insouciant determination, tail drifting slowly back and forth. Taking up the mantle, a female patron left her steak dinner, bent down to the table, talked sweetly to the cat, and was soon holding the dark creature in her arms. The satisfied cat leaned forward and licked the woman's lips to taste the steak, mission accomplished.


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Story Tellers
Anna Beaty
writer
Anna is a native Oregonian who somehow, somewhere, acquired a 19th century gentlewoman's skillset...
Arthur Chang
FP CPO
I'm chief publisher and assistant editor for Folks Press.
WANTED: One Magician
When we can't let go, who do we call?

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Story Tellers
Anna Beaty
writer
Anna is a native Oregonian who somehow, somewhere, acquired a 19th century gentlewoman's skillset...
Colin Green
artist - photographer - writer
I'm the instigator of Folks Press. As well as a person who dons many hats: founder, publisher, editor, writer, musician...
Book Bind
Word On The Street

book bind \'buk-bĪnd\
1. When one is reading numerous books at once, generally of wildly different subjects, and cannot focus on a single book.

Ex: "You know Sharon, she's more of a one-book-a-week type. As for me, I am in always in a book bind. Just this month, I've had seven to ten books in random rotation"


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