Esmerelda P. Binki, wife of the legendary sufi master and acclaimed dervish, His Holiness The Bahbra Binki, was herself quite famous in certain circles. She not only started the first all-female chapter of the Whirling Dervishes in 1894, but was also recognized by the Anti-gravitational Society for her ability to levitate to such extreme heights as to be barely visible to the naked eye. Madame Binki was also terribly fond of carrots. Upon her death in 1911, six acres of the Binki estate were designated as the Lady Binki Memorial Carrot Farm and Educational Center, and to this day some of the world's finest carrots can be found growing there.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
A book is coming soon. www.theGIRLwhoREADtoBIRDS.com/
A darkly beautiful fable written by Michael Titus and illustrated by me, HaggisVitae (Julie Miller) is at this very minute being manipulated and formatted and bedazzled by Lydia Marano of Babbage Press and turned into something you will all want to see--a story that's made everyone from 12 to 80 emotional to the point of possible tears. It's the story of an unconventional girl, Avery Street. She loves books and writing and isn't like the rest of the kids her age.
I hope you check this spot in say, mid November for a link to purchase a copy of your own. Michael Titus has written a gorgeously dark fable that will be adored by all for generations to come.
Something's in the wind.
Go take a peak at our website @ www.theGIRLwhoREADtoBIRDS.com !!