Poem — Rassragrmol

Once he knelt before the Lady, long ago And mastered was the Master in his pride, And once he walked while in a witch’s guise And while in Samsey worked a witch’s spells. And so I wear my vestments, women’s guise; Adorned with bells, I wear the cat-skin gloves; In rites untamed I offer up … Continue reading Poem — Rassragrmol

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The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 7

Previous Chapter Begin at the Beginning Support This Project [Note:  Contains violence, transphobia, sexually explicit scenes ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), and intersexism] Book 2: The Sea of Grass VII. I walked off to brood in the darkness, and a figure approached me; it was Yarislav.  He held out his hands, palms up, as he came, a … Continue reading The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 7

The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 6

Previous Chapter  Begin at the Beginning Support This Project [Note: Contains transphobia, violence, bloodshed] Book 2: The Sea of Grass VI. “I don’t wanna waste a high hanging around someplace I never was Of all the reasons to feel hateful, you’re the best of them Treating me like a boyfriend, some dumb fuckin boyfriend You’re … Continue reading The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 6

The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 4

Previous Chapter Begin at the Beginning Support This Project [Note:  This chapter contains sexual assault, including mentions of CSA.  None of it is salacious, but do proceed with caution.] IV. The witch was the first, of course.  I was eleven winters old for the second.  There were three of them, three boys, about fourteen winters, … Continue reading The Graveyard of Empires — Chapter 4

The Graveyard of Empires, Chapter One

Prologue Act One: The Land of Horse and Bow Chapter One I.   [Note: The beginning of the story takes place in Crimea, near what’s now the city of Sevastopol] [Content warnings for this chapter:  Intersexism, transphobia, sexual assault, violent fantasies] “Spread out facedown on the stained, cheap motel sheets She’d spent the last years … Continue reading The Graveyard of Empires, Chapter One

[Essay] A Servile Nation: The greater implications of prison solidarity

  Praxagora:  I want all to have a share of everything and all property to be in common; there will no longer be either rich or poor; I shall begin by making land, money, property common to all. Blepyrus:  But who will till the soil? Praxagora:  Why, the slaves, of course. --Aristophanes, Ecclesiazusae *** On … Continue reading [Essay] A Servile Nation: The greater implications of prison solidarity