Paul-Thomas Ferguson is a poet, singer-songwriter, playwright, historian, and novelist. He is a full-time archivist for an international corporation and a part-time history professor for a private university. He lives in Rock Island, Illinois with his wife and their cats.
The Ports and Portals of the Zelaznidsby Paul-Thomas Ferguson
Using portals, they would escape from countless dangers through the centuries. Using ports, they would introduce the world to ideas and innovations far ahead of their
In ancient China, while searching for the gods, they learned a remarkable skill - the ability to travel to other worlds (ports) through the establishment of doorways (portals) from this world.
Using portals, they would escape from countless dangers through the centuries. Using ports, they would introduce the world to ideas and innovations far ahead of their time.
From the mountains of China to the pyramids of Pharaonic Egypt, from the hills of Persia to the medieval courts of Italy and France, from the jungles of Brazil to the plains of Roman Britain - they have always been amongst us, changing the world.
They were unique. They were important. They were the Zelaznids.
In print for the first time in nearly two centuries, The Ports and Portals of the Zelaznids tells the remarkable story of these mythical travelers, as told by the Zelaznids themselves.
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