LitFest Tours No.4: Egregore

Abandoned toys, headless puppets and circling golden dragons. Welcome to the worlds of Egregore where giants heave apart the land to investigate
Abandoned toys, headless puppets and circling golden dragons. Welcome to the worlds of Egregore where giants heave apart the land to investigate

We will be visiting Egregore
Sunday, April 23rd @ 5pm & 8pm SLT
Monday, April 24th @ Noon SLT

Egregore (Mayah Parx)
A fantastical thought form of serene darkness immersed in light, a place where expected purpose is relative and surrealism casts its shadow across the land, inhabited by egregors. This fantastical place is born of the collective phantasmagoria of its people.
https://fantasyfairesl.wordpress.com/egregore/

Please note: you do not need to use any of these ideas; feel free to write about anything in this region.

Lighted spheres and abandoned scrolls litter the ground
Lighted spheres and abandoned scrolls litter the ground

Egregor – a thoughtform or collective group mind, an autonomous psychic entity made up of, and influencing, the thoughts of a group of people.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egregore

Who would dare to ride the Eternal Halloween merry go round?

Dare you explore the mysterious mechanical tower were rabbits disappear through psychedelic holes.

Whose mind created chessboard curiosities from a looking-glass world?

Toys and cobwebs in lie dusty attics where candles and heaters still burn, but for whom?

What is emerging to read the dusty tomes?
What is emerging to read the dusty tomes?

Participants are invited to submit pieces written as part of LitFest Tours, or inspired by the Faire Lands, to be included in “Tales from the Fairelands” on the Fantasy Faire website and possibly to be read on Fantasy Faire Radio by yourself or one of our volunteers.

Work may be submitted at any time during the Faire, and we recommend that it be submitted by 11pm the day after each destination cycle has been completed in order to be considered for inclusion in “Tales of the Faire Lands” posts while the Faire is open. Individual writers retain creative ownership of works submitted.

A sweetly nightmarish end, and still the dragons circle
A sweetly nightmarish end, and still the dragons circle

Compositions of poetry or prose can be submitted in one of two ways:
1. Email to fantasyfaireshortstory@gmail.com
2. Drop a notecard into the LitFest Tours Submissions mailbox at Fantasy Faire LitFest home base on Kakushi Pasu

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