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Recommended Reading
by Brandie Minchew

For many of us, the Orient brings to mind a unique, exotic culture. Explore some of the Oriental-themed stories in Wvyern's Library.


"Li, The Wind, and the Wall" by Maggie I. Wang.
Fantasy: Short Story
An old man tells a tall tale to his impish great-nephew.

"I Know the Way Home" by Natalia Kostylev.
Fantasy: Short Story
A battle-weary widower finds that he is unable to return to his home and children just yet...

"Flight of the Nightingale" by Michael E. Bowring.
Fantasy: Short Story
A proud young swordsman seeks to bring renewed honor and recognition to his family, lest they continue their steady decline down the social ladder.

"Haiku" by Joel E. Land.
Fantasy: Poetry
Six descriptive, vibrant haikus that stir the heart and bring peace to the soul.

"Oriental Dragon" by Nicole Marie Abrahamson.
Fantasy: Poetry
A poem of a dragon's life-journey .



Brandie Minchew is a starry-eyed believer in fairy tales, world peace, and justice for all.

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