Welcome to the Adventures of Halycon Sage

…first chronicled in The Life and Times of Halycon Sage or The Last Book Ever Published…

More Adventures Coming Soon:  Squid! (not the real title, but you’ll see….)

Your comments and contributions are most welcome!

Halycon Sage Gets a Shock

When Preisczech stuck his head into Halycon Sage's little writer's lair, he was grinning all over his face, which was not like him. He held out a ragged collection of pages, smudged and dirty, as if from long travel. But the paper was violet, and it reeked of some...

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Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day to All! Halycon Sage doesn't know who his mother is for reasons you'll find in the book. But here's my mother (side, not top).  The writing on the back says, "Little Miss Goodie Two Shoes," and you can see how adorable she was. She grew up to be a...

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More than Meets the Eye

“So tightly wrapped and profoundly structured that I’m sure I missed at least 14 significant clues as to the REAL meaning of the narrative!”            – a Reader In approaching the publication of the sequel SQUID!!, it has come to our attention that posting mostly...

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Halycon Sage Takes a Poll of the Town (Again)

You may remember he tried this once before, with very limited success. At least he has learned not to call a western town a "village," which gave everybody a big yuk at his expense. Surveys on several questions might be useful after the end of the world, but Sage...

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The Black behind Your Eyes

The new post-modernist minimalist neo-symbolist pseudo-realist metaphysical novel by Halycon Sage! The Black behind Your Eyes Everything is there, if you can become still and learn to explore it. It's the gate to everywhere. The End ___ "I'm sorry, but this is...

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Fan Fiction???

Evidently esteemed writer Halycon Sage has acquired some imitators, protégés, or copy cats, because this stuff has started to turn up on the literary scene. Cutting edge, baby. The Rat Author Unknown A new novel from the Sword and Sorcery Branch of the Post-Modernist...

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