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The Blark of Snark: A Collaborative Experiment

on September 13, 2019

The following is an experiment in collaborative spontaneous poetry by Torfis Teffleman, Tobias Hrothgar, and Karl Bickerstaff. You have been warned. The Blark of Snark By Torfis Teffleman, Tobias Hrothgar, and Karl Bickerstaff Deep in the heart of Snark, my friends, There lived a kindly blark. This blark, he liked to snarf, my friends, And snarf he did through Snark. Of Snark, my friends, I’ll tell you more:

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The Case of Sebastian Salzwedel

on August 14, 2019

The Case of Sebastian Salzwedel By Tobias Hrothgar Karl and I quickly walked into the building. I called Cindy, who was sitting at the front desk: “Cindy?” “Sir?” “Search Sebastian Salzwedel. Stat.” “Certainly sir. Spell out the surname.” “S-A-L-Z-W-E-D-E-L. In Schaffhausen, Switzerland.” “Yes, sir. Let’s see: Salzwedel, Sebastian. Something seems strange.” “Say it.” “It says Sebatian slew seventy-six possessed sandwiches.” “Possessed sand–stop. That’s spurious silliness. Is there some seperate Sebastian Salzwedel in Schaffhausen, Switzerland?

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An Excerpt from 'Torfis's Toilsome Tribulations'

on July 31, 2019

Ladies and gentleman, here we have yet another excerpt from a book that is being written. This excerpt is from Torfis Teffleman’s upcoming book Torfis’s Toilsome Tribulations, which is by Torfis Teffleman (who, despite being an outlaw, is quite a nice fellow). More information on the book can be found here at Torfis’s website. We highly recommend that you purchase the book when it comes out (and please pay for it too, don’t pirate it like an outlaw would).

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On the Hrothgarian Chronicle

on July 17, 2019

by Karl Bickerstaff We are confident that you have all heard of our unofficial sponsor The Hrothgarian Chronicle. If you haven’t, shame on you. It is a weekly newspaper with a weekly printing of 1 copy per week, and it features all the features that you would expect from a weekly newspaper, such as a weather forecast (for the day previous to its printing), book excerpts, cartoons, and a section called “Ask Anonymous,” which is fairly self-explanitory.

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