Twenty eight ounces sweet, dehydrated milk
Twenty four ounces dark chocolate
A pinch of salt
Additions for (and to) taste
Suffuse the milk, chocolate, and salt in a receptacle. Deliquesce on a mild conflagration while unalterably tossing the blend for five minutes. At the hankered after suppleness doff from the flame, flutter in your preferential additions. Let abate for at least a lastingness. Present cold.
Art of London
Riverside, An Evening Stroll
News of Art, Art of News
Tales Of Gods – Novel Experience From Foreign Artists
A sensation has swept the world of theatre. A troupe of artists from Qin have already presented our fair city with two plays from their seven-play epic. A truly unprecedented work of art, it is simply like nothing we have ever seen before.
The epic centres around a traveller, lost in a foreign land, searching in desperation for their sibling. Each play in the anthology tells the tale of a nation in this land, of the nation’s god, the traveller’s aid to them, and their struggles – how they relate to each other, emerge from their interactions, and play off of each other.
While the plays are certainly novel to western sensibilities, the GenQin Troupe have managed to provide a gentle, welcoming introduction to the Qin style.
We are, of course, ecstatic to review each play – alas, to do the epic justice, we have decided to take it in stride, limiting ourselves to one article per play. The two first plays, of course, shall be reviewed within the following weeks; the rest shall follow as the GenQin Troupe present them.
In the meantime, we nonetheless encourage you to seek the Tales of Gods for yourselves, dear readers.
Ask Mother Goose
Dear Mother Goose,
Ah, such joy, not felt for a long time. Pure, kinderly. May it last.
This too shall pass, yet we shall be prepared.