Personal Prose & Poetry
by – Eugene Marckx There is a dock on a lake where a few men gather to fish. Every Saturday Read more.
The White Bird
by Eugene Marckx Once there was a boy who made friends with a white bird. They went freely together everywhere. Read more.
From RUSSIAN FAIRY TALES, collected by Aleksandr Afanas’ev Translated by Norbert Guterman (1973) Random House There was once a wealthy Read more.
a tale by Eugene Marckx The valley king died. After his many years of quiet prosperous rule, the people gathered, Read more.
The Hole in the Sky
(from the Colville Native American tradition) Long before humans were born on the earth all the animals felt pretty gray. Read more.
The Giant with No Heart in His Body
a folktale from Norway Once upon a time there was a King who had seven sons, and he loved them Read more.
The Firebird, The Princess Vasilissa and The Horse of Power
A Russian tale adapted by Eugene Marckx Long ago in old Russia there lived horses of power. These horses were Read more.
The Fire Bird
The Princess Vasilissa and The Horse of Power A Russian tale adapted by Eugene Marckx Long ago in old Russia Read more.
The Blue Stone
Wi’ yer drums ’n guns ’n drums ’n guns, hurroo, hurroo, Wi’ yer drums ’n guns ’n drums ’n Read more.