Tag Archives: SCA

If I ever became an Anachronist…

A few times, after I’ve mentioned that my twin is a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, someone has asked me why I’m not. I usually say something along the lines of, ‘Can you imagine their reaction if they … Continue reading

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something about dinosaurs and obscure fiction-reference humor

One more thing today… This is about a weird idea my twin had because of a scene in Roger Zelazny’s novel Nine Princes in Amber. Here are the relevant snippets from that scene: After about three miles we came to … Continue reading

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Sometimes, Creative Anachronists are creative.

This is what the clone and the sister-in-law were doing yesterday: It’s the local SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) group’s display at the Curry County (Clovis, NM) fair. The photo has been (badly) edited to hide the booths on either … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he mentions his clone-sibling’s Creatively Anachronistic hobby.

I think I’ve mentioned a few times before that my clone-sibling is a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism… Well, after many years (more than a quarter of a century!) of trying, he finally got his heraldic device approved … Continue reading

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“Grendel wants a Chaucer coat.”

Mostly I’m blogging about this because “Grendel wants a Chaucer coat” seems like a perfect title for a post. And it made ya look, didn’t it? 🙂 “Grendel wants a Chaucer coat,” said my brother a couple of weeks ago … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he shares photos of Creative Anachronists.

There was a request a while back for video of my clone doing medieval-style sword combat. Well, I still haven’t had a chance to acquire any such videos, because [tirade deleted] there haven’t been any local SCA fight practices in … Continue reading

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Updates: What Weaver and His Clone Have Been Doing Lately

Yesterday I finished copyediting a rather longish short story (just under 17K words), and my brain is full of military sci-fi acronyms and jargon. Part of a copyeditor’s job is to make sure all the invented words are used consistently. Another part … Continue reading

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