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Works by Steve "Prometheus" Hoey
A Harpies Convention Ode
(March 97); A hymn of glorious praise to Steve's private band of harpies.
A Midsummer Night's Memory
(June 88); Childe Harold's herald disturbs a Byronic idyll.
At Chippers Did They Revel
(July 94); Some seedy goings-on at Chipping Campden.
Boy Hoey's Pilgrimage
(June 87); Steve's Oxford career in verse.
(December 87); A gargoyle takes Steve from his spread sheets in New York to a Byron Society dinner.
He Walks in Darkness: An Infidel's Tale
(March 87); An examination of a dark force.
Ode on a Grecian Urge
(April 12); A description of a Hellenic vacation.
Ode to Childe Harold's Day
(August 88); A poem written for Chris Oakley's 29th birthday.
Ode to February
(February 93); Despite his birthday (March 2) being so near, Steve seems not to like February all that much.
(June 96); Mrs. Jewel's secret is out.
(July 91); A coach containing Byronists is ambushed by Robin Hood.
The Fantome Fatale of Highgate
(January 92); A cautionary tale for those who might be tempted to go for a stroll in Highgate cemetery at night.
The Legacy of Finoula O'Halloran
(January 91); A tale about a Celtic sorceress, who, consorting with Satan, brings a strange curse upon herself and her female descendants.
The Sating of a Satyr
(June 90); A hymn to pure love. Have a sick bag ready before you start reading.
The Spy Witch Loved Me (The Death of Prometheus)
(March 89); A sultry seductive sensual siren seeks to assassinate Steve.