Tag Archives: Jonathan R. Werner

November 10

“On a field sable, the letter A+ gules” by Jonathan R. Werner

Think back to the day you met Hester Prynne.   Poor, forlorn Hester.  Knocking on countless unfriendly Salemites’ doors.  Rarely greeted with a smile.  Ever the subject of derision.  Seemingly lost in the shadow of her all-encompassing A.  It strikes me that Hester isn’t all that different from her novel when it has come to […]