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The Prickwillow Papers


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The Prickwillow Papers

A fiction podcast from Snazzy Tapir Productions
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Sylda, a young half-elf, has just graduated from the College of Mages. And, joy of joys, she has also moved back in with her parents. Stuck in a dead-end town with no idea what to do, she begins writing a diary, hoping something interesting will happen. And, as luck would have it, something interesting DOES happen… 'The Prickwillow Papers’ is a Snazzy Tapir Production.

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