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Greg Ory’s motto “Nulla dies sine linea” is an expression of Pliny the Elder meaning no day without a line. The line stands for any creative or meaningful effort.


News from Greg Ory’s atrium

09/08/2018. Late afternoon, I was sitting by the lake and editing Emily and the Hermit when, suddenly, this rainbow appeared. It was good to rest my eyes on it. One day, perhaps, the dream will become reality.

12/07/2018. The new issue of The Carolingian is already available with essays on aesthetic originality, concepts of culture, French spelling and much more.

25/05/2018. The lyric anthology Word and Dust is now printed and ready for borrowing. More details to be announced in the next issue of The Carolingian.


14/05/2018. Sitting for a break in the afternoon while more work is waiting at home, I hope Emily and the Hermit will have the same effect on my readers as this idyll from the Petersfield Heath on my mind.



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