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Blue Jay The Pirate on Stage at The Portland Stage

Blue Jay The Pirate on Stage at The Portland Stage

March 26, 2013 1:44 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

Join The Affiliate Artists and Author/illustrator Scott Nash for a night of readings from his new book, The High Skies Adventures of Blue Jay The Pirate as well as other works by Nash. An open discussion and book signing will follow the actors’ readings. Monday, April 8th, 7pm at Portland […]

 
Scott Nash Lecture

Scott Nash Lecture

August 10, 2012 3:19 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

D.R. Burrowing- Pleased to hear news of a lecture by Scott Nash in Portland, Maine… Peaks Island to be precise. Those of us who have studied Blue Jay and Avian piracy are looking forward to reading his “High Skies Adventures of Blue Jay The Pirate”. I have attached an image […]

 
Crow Weaponry

Crow Weaponry

August 10, 2012 3:01 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

The crows, now they were tricky ones. Crows never colonized but formed tribes and mobs that resided within all of the territories. They weren’t soldiers or sailors per se but highly skilled tool makers, scientists and alchemists. They were also metalsmiths and, as such, Crows were the weapons dealers of […]

 
Zeb1617

Zeb1617

July 25, 2012 8:49 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

Zeb1617 “I want to know  what sort of weapons were used in the battles between Thrushia and other colonies.”

 
A VERY Peculiar History!

A VERY Peculiar History!

July 25, 2012 6:49 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

Mr Falke,  Having read the first installment of your essay I must confess to being taken aback by the entire premise of your self described “peculiar history” beginning at the very first sentence and continuing with few factual interruptions to the very end. How you could dare to suggest that […]

 
Pirate Birds: A Peculiar History

Pirate Birds: A Peculiar History

July 22, 2012 4:41 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

  By Leon Falke, Professor of Avian History Long ago, before we gained our freedom, birds lived in a rather savage world of territorial governments constantly warring against one another. The leaders of these colonies rose from a merchant class, established informal territories along trade routes, then  defended them against […]