Requiem for the Future
Late March, 1636
Friedrich von Logau, poet, epigrammist, op-ed writer, caustic critic, and oft-considered gadfly of the body literary of Magdeburg, was smiling. That would have surprised some of the targets of his wit, undoubtedly. It probably would have frightened others. He didn't care. Marla Linder was singing with her . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff