Jan 27, 2023
Jaquery Tattery was born at sea, and he grew up in a town far from the sea, and all he wanted to do was return to the sea.
The Tatterys were tailors who started working in town with a humble business of repairing and refreshing old clothes, and soon expanded to fine tailoring of clothes and tapestries. Jack learned the trade of sewing and tailoring from a young age, as his brother and sister had been required to do before they set out on their own. He knew he would one day mind the family business. Jack was proud of his family’s trade and their shop, and he admired what his parents had built, but so did he admire their courage incoming to a new land to build a new life. He had never gone on any such adventure, and feared he never would.
Still, he dreamed.
What’s the Word (that inspired the
Jactation: 1) boasting; bragging. 2) [Pathology] a restless tossing of the body (source: dictionary.com)
Story: “Jacquery Tattery Maker of Sails” Copyright © 2019 by Nila L. Patel
Narration, Episode Art, Editing, and Production: Nila L. Patel
“Trip-Hop Lounge Abstract Background” by Digital Emotions (Intro/Outro)
Music by NICHOLAS JEUDY (Dark Fantasy Studio)*
“Scroll of the wind walker”
“Back in the village”
“Into wild lands”
“They come from the north”
Music by CHRIS LOGSDON*
Music by BENJAMIN CARR (Scythuz)*
*These tracks were part of a music and sound effects bundles I purchased from Humble Bundle and sourced from GameDev Market.
Music by Nicholas Jeudy, Chris Logsdon, and Benjamin Carr is licensed from GameDev Market
Sound effects from AudioJungle and GameDevMarket
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Find more stories by Nila at storyfeather.com
Episode Art Description: Digital drawing. Part of a sail whose braided border is being pierced by a needle. The sail sits on the lap of a person, at right of image, whose left hand grips a section of the braided border and whose right hand, equipped with a sailmaker’s sewing palm, directs the need through the braid of cloth. An image is stitched onto the sail and is partially visible, the body of a serpent entangled around a boat with one sail unfurled at bottom center and middle. At bottom right, the serpent’s head with mouth parted, looking at the ship.