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and around the world, kids are thanking Leonard Nimoy for the gift of Mr. Spock. Grownups too.
Ah, what could be sweeter than the relationship between a boy and his … yard long giant psychic snake/cat/dragon thing? Psychic isn’t the right word, but felinoids (otherwise known as catsnakes and longcats) are definitely the most common members of … Continue reading
In certain places in the Knotted Rope Universe, the word “saint” is used to describe a motley collection of half-forgotten godlings, nature spirits, historical figures, cultural heroes, legends, and, well, saints who are revered, worshiped or admired in variety of … Continue reading
Script day–I batted out the final revision of a six page story for my new collection. And writing means legal pads and legal pads mean doodles in the margins. For the last couple of years, I’ve been completely obsessed with … Continue reading
Yet another in the sporadic but definitely ongoing series “Pretty Good Dragons”, we have Albus, of the breed sometimes known as the Snowbird*. Yes, this is the same drawing you can see in the photograph of the disgraceful mess on … Continue reading
I went out to take some photographs this afternoon*, and parked the Pentax** on the coffee table while I put on my shoes. And then I realized I had set up a little still life that says a lot about … Continue reading
In a previous post, I showed you the pencils from the title page/mock cover of my new story “Theme Song”, and I thought you might want to see the finished inks. The concept is that this is the cover for … Continue reading
Don’t know who these two are or where they fit into anything, but be assured that somewhere out there there is a burly hexapod blacksmith whose horse part has snow white fur, and who has a little daughter with a … Continue reading
Be back tomorrow– I’m launching a new story today. That is, by the way, exactly what a rebellious young story looks like. (Image from The Rutland Psalter, now in the British Library. Manuscript made in England, possibly in London … Continue reading