The Who and the What

The Who and the What
The Spell by William Fettes Douglas (1864)

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The Alchemist by Cornelis Bega (1663)

Who is L.E. Ataire?

L.E. Ataire is a speculative fiction writer working towards their dream of gaining super-powers, through the process known as wishful thinking.

Born in Rhode Island, Ataire was bewitched and lured to West Wales, where they are currently being held hostage by a troupe of fairies. Fortunately, no one has come forward to pay the ransom, despite it being lowered, several times.

Ataire is a member of the Royal Historical Society, Folklore Society and Royal Institute of Philosophy, with degrees in Psychology and History, which influences their writing... probably.

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