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Monthly Archives: February 2014
The Asmat people in Indonesia do not believe in death. Well, not in the way most cultures do. There is no death from accidents, disease, natural causes or old age. Here, all death is caused by vengeful magic brought about … Continue reading
S. Elizabeth is a fancier of fine old things, nostalgic whimsies and magics both macabre and melancholy. She is a shadow seamstress, star stitcher, word witch and weaver of the weird. She currently lives among the mosses and swamps, enjoys … Continue reading