Posts Tagged: Mark
Mark had a few suggestions for Julia’s exploratory game. While he spoke he never looked at her, but at the mast he was carving. To play you need seven dice, a die with one side, a die with two
Where would you like to draw it? On the stones, in a campo, permanently, for people to play. How does the game work? Gaia and I need your help.
This is what I’d like to do, Julia said. Mark looked at the drawing on the black notebook. It looked like a map, but it did not resemble anywhere he was familiar with, and he was familiar with many
Like houses under rising water names fade into the darkness as life thrives, said Mark on the bridge while Julia and Gaia were sitting on the steps, counting fish.
Tidal change follows the expected accident, said Mark, polishing a wooden box. What is the expected accident, asked Gaia. She was looking around while Julia was drawing at a desk behind her. The expected accident was the end of the
About forty years ago a man died, leaving thirteen hand-written notebooks. A woman bought one of them from an antique street vendor and showed it to the major of the island where she lived, Michael Fiorello. Fiorello scouted for the
Money is printed and forged by artists on the Lydia Island and issued by the Money Bank. They decide how much money to print and its price based on the movements of the Money Train. Julia was listening to Mark