- "Her bathroom mirror, which she ignored as usual, revealed her as a young woman of slight build, with a strong-boned facial structure of the sort called 'interesting' by the kindly. Her complexion was as soft and pale and innocent of the touch of sunlight as a new mushroom. Lank black hair made an unflattering frame for it, but intensely alive dark eyes did much to cancel the unfortunate effect."
- ―Anias looks at herself[src]
She was famed for her romances, but was willing to take commissions in other genres as opportunity presented. A particularly strange commission led to the events of the tale "Dreamweaver's Dilemma".