Volume 18


Merry Christmas , Happy Hanukah. Happy Kwanzaa, Good Yule, Ramadan, Winter
Solstice, Saturnalia or whatever holiday of Light you and your loved ones
celebrate at this time of the year. 
From the Editors of Quill and Parchment



Eve leads us through the emotional richness of ordinary moments with
Afternoon Nap
by Eve Worth



Once again a glimpse of the First American Culture.
Indian Corn
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John



Judith writes of the pain of loss, living "one breath from a sob."
Christmas, You, 1992
by Judith Witherow



Dave  writes of the continuous emotions of love, how love dominates our
thought, sometimes in ecstasy, sometimes in pain.
Love Song in Winter
by Dave M. Matthews



Peace and love are not new ideas.  Joe laments humanity's rejection of them.
A Name in Vain
by Joe Gouveia




Experience the world through the eyes of a Teddy Bear
Honey (The Christmas Bear)
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John-Sylbert



Why you should not try too hard to make your child believe in Santa Claus!
Christmas Memories
by Kaila Chan



Charlottes, Strata, Mock Soufflés
by Eddy Robey



Warmth on A Winter Night

 by Eddy Robey


Graphics by Sara Wadington

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