Working with lady poets.

Another lively story from the amazing world of Tallis Steelyard and brought to you by Jim Webster.

Tallis Steelyard

lady poet

I have known a number of lady poets. Indeed I have worked with one or two of them. This is not without its problems. For example I was somehow cozened into performing in the Sattir’s Drop. To say that this establishment is rough is like saying there is a lot of water in the Ocean. It may be true, even accurate, but doesn’t really capture the scale of the problem. What made it worse was that Frina, the barmaid who had organised this, also asked Milli Davine to perform as well.

Frina is a gem, whilst she is no longer as young as she once was, and is probably heavier than she used to be, she has a fine command of language and I’ve seen her scorch the ears of rowdy patrons. She is a good person to have about at times of trouble.

Milli on the other hand was…

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