The July/August issue of Lenox Avenue is up, with stories by James Dorr, Steve Nagy, Mary Madewell, Daliso Chaponda, and Paul Tremblay, and art by Keith Thompson and Lindsey Carr. Yay!
LA is one year old today, and has a painting of an androgynous bare-bottomed pit sylph on its cover. So there.
In other news, the kitten has discovered that by pawing at the toilet paper roll, she will spill lots of entertaining toilet paper all over herself.
No good can come of this.
Ｎ響== enukyou== (abbreviation) NHK Symphony Orchestra
|Bottom radical is 'sound'.(音), top radical is 'village' (郷), used here in its meaning of 'village feast' (the central element was originally a pictograph of a covered food pot). This character originally represented the hubbub of a crowd at a feast, now its meanings relate to widespread noise in general. Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Sound of village feast echoes afar.'|