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Centennial Central

The 2000 Oziana has some fun stories, but a dearth of illustrations, pretty much just using repurposed John R. Neill art. The cover is an exception, but it’s just the standard logo that the International Wizard of Oz Club used … Continue reading

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A Few Bad Fairies

It’s been established that fairies in mythology and folklore can be either good or bad, and in fact are often amoral. In L. Frank Baum’s fantasy, however, fairies are pretty much always good. When he wrote about the Immortals in … Continue reading

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Ain’t No Party Like a Kuma Party

I’ve already discussed disembodied but still living heads in the Oz series, but what about other body parts? Well, in Ruth Plumly Thompson’s The Lost King of Oz, the enchanted Pastoria has ears that can separate from his head, fly … Continue reading

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