Build paths through a 5X5X5 lattice using strategy, skill, and teamwork. Out-think and out-maneuver your opponents. Solve puzzles. Overcome obstacles.
Squirrelmark, the land of the Squirrels, is in danger. In this role-playing game you'll play either a squirrel, badger, beaver, or weasel and defend the forest against its enemies, either with magic or with a sword. Note that the Game system is meant to be printed double-sided while the Player Pack is meant to be printed single-sided.
Trade animals with other players. Be the first to match all your cards. The best card to have is the wild card, the Blue Rhino, that can match any other kind of card.
In circlecircle the first player to collect one of each kind of shape wins. But some shapes are rarer than others. And the rarest of all is the the elusive circlecircle.
In Sigmund Stern Grove in the heart of San Francisco, an owl has awakened an ancient magic. Soon he will gain power over all the flocks. And the only bird who can stop him is Owen Stormfeather, a high-flying pigeon from Sausalito. But will Owen's strong wings be a match for the Owl King's subtle magic?
Kenté is a game of alliances quickly made and quickly broken. With each play you must decide which of your two opponents to help. Since each piece has two colors, each play helps out two players. For this reason, games are often close, and a player who seems to have little chance can come from behind and win big.
It's the fifth century AD and the Roman Empire is crumbling. Barbarians threaten every border. And the young emperor's ministers are too busy squabbling amongst themselves to be of much help. When one of them is found murdered, the entire Roman world teeters on the verge of destruction.
My story Dreaming Among Men appeared in this anthology of modern fairy tales. In the story, a fellow by the name of Palinuro receives a letter from a brother he believes to be dead. It's an invitation to a birthday party. Will Palinuro decide to go to the party, and what will he find if he does?
Loquat is an album I created with some friends in 1993. It features the talents of Eve (voice), Marjie MacMillan (voice), Jacob Pollock (voice, guitar, harp), John Welch (voice, guitar, banjo), Bryn Kanar (voice), Zan LaHara (voice), Lester Stanley (guitar), and Susie Bradshaw (voice, guitar). It includes the Millipede Song, which Susie and I wrote together, and Who Won the West, which Jacob and I wrote together. Twenty years later Jacob, John, Susie, Zan and I got together (with our friend Jessi Hance) to do another album, Loquat2. This one includes a song I wrote (with Jacob's help) called the Rocks are Talking to the Trees.
"At first it is just a seed in your hand, a gentle being with white and black stripes." Of course the seed is planted and grows, but what happens next? Read this little book to find out.