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June 2, 2022
By PW Staff
This month, we’ve got climate change, footsteps, castle life, and more.


Kings of a Lonely Kingdom: Earth Day Essays, Poems, and Musings on Nature

David C. Mahood

"If we all make an effort to understand the myriad of consequences of not only climate change but anthropogenic activity in general, we can’t possibly turn our backs on them."


No Such Thing as Goodbye

Karmen Špiljak

"Tomorrow, I'll be dead."


Shadows on the Page

Vince Font, illustrated by Jane Font

"It is several hours after midnight when I hear the sound of approaching footsteps on the gravel walk that leads in from the old road."


A Trace of Royalty: Kopp Chronicles

Greg Kopp

"Suddenly, the door of the carriage flung open, as it pulled up to the doors of the Mannheim Palace on an early and cold February morning in 1843."


White as Frost

Anthea Sharp

"When I was thirteen years old, I came to live in the castle beside the Darkwood."