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Balancing the Flutterbudget

I received my copy of the 2020 Oziana, the annual collection of original fiction published by the International Wizard of Oz Club, but I waited until it was available for purchase before writing my review. It’s actually the fiftieth anniversary … Continue reading

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Monsters’ Ball

I figured an appropriate Ozzy topic for this time of year would be the ferocious monsters that live there. I’ve already covered a few of them, including the Kalidahs, the Hip-po-gy-raf, and Quiberon. Here are some of the others that … Continue reading

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Glinda’s Kin

Glinda, Good Sorceress of the South, is one of the most mysterious characters in the Oz series. We never learn her origins in any canonical book, but the hints we are given suggest that she’s been around for a long … Continue reading

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