Edda Starrson

    Edda Starrson, freelance writer and self-proclaimed music critic, pens her peculiar prose from the back of a llama in the lesser-known hills of Upper Lowerland. Known for her eccentric travelogues, Edda once journeyed to the underwater caves of Atlantis, only to return with an inexplicable aversion to seaweed wraps. Her writing career took a dramatic turn after she boldly blamed her publisher for a notorious truffle-induced hallucination episode in Tuscany. Despite this, her flair for the melodramatic continues to color the pages of unsuspecting publications worldwide.
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