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By: Deirdre Hines

The Mermelf

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Once Upon a Truth....

Cygnus catches dreamers with her daughters. A lost Mermelf from the stars arrives in Storyhenge.

An imprisoned girl with a blue birthmark. An 1803 edition of 'The Birdspotter's Guide' with a mysterious dedication. A rediscovered invention. A dying Earth where books are banned. And all anomalies are outlaw.

What if our dreams are always caught?

What if your dreams are always heard?

What if dreams are Imagination's stars?

..” I am 25-03 A and I

    am anomaly and I am Griffin

    and I am freer and wilder than those

    Nomenclature can ever ever be...”

Imprisoned with others of her kind in the icy wastes of The Outerskirts, 25-03 A escapes into the primeval forest, where she meets up with the last bastions of the Resistance. And so begins The Flights of Prophecy.

A timely tale told in verse of Earth betrayed and the rescuers who answered her call.

Deirdre Hines is an award-winning poet and playwright. She lives on the edge of fable with her seven cats and time-travelling father.

As a child she roamed forests and seashores having adventures, which she recorded in her Nature Diaries. Her first book of poetry, The Language of Coats was published by New Island Books and was a bestseller. The Mermelf – A Fable for Our Times came to her in a dream while holidaying at Gwythian in Cornwall.

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