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We Are Family

This post on the Merry Old Land of Oz Facebook group got me thinking about how most of the kids who visit Oz tend to be only children. Okay, to be fair, it’s possible they have siblings we don’t know … Continue reading

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No One in Oz Looks His Age

Determining anyone’s age in Oz can be a difficult matter, as people don’t age unless they want to. (Actually, that was Ruth Plumly Thompson’s idea; L. Frank Baum stated in The Tin Woodman of Oz that even babies don’t age … Continue reading

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Twinking with Tom

The outcry regarding Andrew Garfield’s comment that he’d be interested in seeing Spider-Man with a boyfriend made me think of some comments I saw back on the old Ozzy Digest, which I think actually predated my joining the mailing list. … Continue reading

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The Kids from America

Since I recently wrote about possible locations for Superman’s hometown, I might as well do the same for the Americans who ended up in Oz, either to live or just to visit. As might be expected, it’s a combination of … Continue reading

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