Coming Soon – ANOTHER Artistic and Educational Lecture @ CMPL

Coming Soon – ANOTHER Artistic and Educational Lecture @ CMPL

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Equal parts history, art and creative story-telling.
(featuring a special Surprise Guest!)

See here for more information regarding the Order of the Fabulists.

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P.T. Simmondinger – available online!

P.T. Simmondinger – available online!

Maybe you heard about last Tuesday’s lecture, Phillip Toland Simmondinger; the man the myth and the private literature thereof but didn’t make it-

Maybe this was because you live somewhat or very far away?

Maybe this was because you were unsure of what it was and decided, after a series of related misfortunes involving those who are not as they appear, to play it safe?

Maybe this was because you had finally worked up the nerve to ask out that librarian you’ve been thinking about ever since your eyes met in the reference section and the only night you both had free was last Tuesday and you suddenly felt that it had to be now or never?

Or maybe you planned to go up until the last minute when a small, fixable but grating emergency happened for which only you had a solution and by the time you were done setting things right you were tired and cross and you decided to just go home instead?

Maybe now you’re filled with regret that you missed it- Maybe this is even interfering with your daily life and relationships?

REST ASSURED-
Thanks to technology, you can now view the the lecture, in its entirety and in the comfort of your own home, here:

Click the image for an educational and artistic experience!

Click the image for an educational and artistic experience!

Tomorrow: An Artistic and Educational Lecture @ CMPL

Tomorrow: An Artistic and Educational Lecture @ CMPL

fabulist lecture_1_poster

Equal parts history, art and creative story-telling.

See here for more information regarding the Order of the Fabulists.

A Brief Preview into the History of the Order of the Fabulists

I felt in my bowels a most peculiar sensation- beginning deep within my substance I felt an exceeding strange rumbling as before the breaking of wind. What followed as I travelled through the space was not the aforementioned flatulence, but rather an intense calm and rejuvenation that spread throughout my entire figure in a series of waves. All thoughts vanished save one, which chimed on and on like peals of a bell- “The breath of light inhales and exhales. The breath of light inhales and exhales. The breath of light inhales and exhales.” Despite obloquy to the contrary it had in fact been some time since my last bit of seasoning and I am certain my wits were about me. Most peculiar indeed.

(Simmondinger, P.T. “Man, Memory and the Private Literature Thereof”
from Survey of a New Destiny Comp. Hari Seldon.  Bloomington, IN, 1984, 749.