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About MeMaryEm has been considered a Swiss national hero ever since, after refusing to genuflect before a hat, she stunned onlookers by shooting a wee apple off of her own sons wee head with the finesse of an accomplished calligrapher as he crosses the final “t” in his Memoirs of a Lettered Artis"t"—defying death and inspiring Italian composer Gioachino Rossini to write an entire overture in her name. Oh……Oh no. No. That was legendary and potentially fictitious archer William Tell.
MaryEm is a real live southern girl, popular for her cutting edge wit, and her beans and rice. She has worked as an actor, technician, model, and musician in such far off and magical lands as Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Ohio, and is prized for her reliability, her creativity, and her love of all things zombie. MEm is perhaps best known, however, for her gripping translation of the popular Norwegian fable of old Beelbondarus and the Heavens, Yon (or Man With Little Cakes of Justice in the Gravedigger’s Union on the Wayside)—a heartwarming and enlightening story about an ancient deaf-mute, his hen, and his undying and somewhat ironic love of music and mystery...
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