Held where and when? Freeman Stone (Cadwalladyr Stone of Stonecroft) and Loretta Wilson hosted the revel. Rosemarie Lewis, John Templin, and Dann Lunsford were notable in the readings.
“The locale was Loretta Wilson's old backyard (Centinella Drive, North Highlands). Winn Star (Lord Winn) also did a notable reading. Rosemarie Lewis (aka Roslyn) read a timeless piece by Edgar Allen Poe. I did something woefully out of period (a science fiction poem by L. Sprague de Camp). A lot of people rolled their eyes; you could hear the squeaking.
“By the way, Daniel Lunsford prefers the spelling "Dann". His SCA name was Daniel d'Luciel. Freeman Stone was the Golden Rivers Pursuivant herald.” – Edward of Southhaven
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