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OK. It’s becoming pretty clear that I am having a ridiculous amount of fun playing around with adding color to my drawings of the day. So the Drawing of the Day Color Special is now officially a Thing. In order … Continue reading
“Psychedelic Josef” from my MS Paint Gallery. There are certain days when there’s nothing to do but dive into this ancient drawing program for an hour or so and see what emerges. MS Paint– a bitmapped direct connection to the … Continue reading
You remember the Irish yeti from yesterday? Here he is in comics form. I think the Irish yeti is definitely a thing. In fact, he is so much of a thing that I couldn’t resist making him into a color … Continue reading
“And they’re ours. Rudolph and the Grinch belong to everybody. But the Christmas Wolves are Kekionga’s.” Nobody had much to say to that . And so there, Iowa thought. Logic, mythic or otherwise, was one thing and beloved holiday traditions … Continue reading
“My guess,” said another voice, deep and with some kind of weird lilting accent Iowa could never quite identify, “is that the historical models were almost certainly feral dogs, perhaps of herding ancestry.” This was turning out to be quite … Continue reading
Clap. Clap. Clap. Iowa heard the “slow clap” applause behind her and didn’t even have to turn around to know who it was. “Very nice, Ms. Ginsberg. Well done. You’re certainly ready to go back to Story Hour whenever you … Continue reading
“I can’t believe you’ve never heard of the Christmas Wolves.” Iowa was slightly amazed. “It must really be a local thing.” “Sorry, never heard of them,” Jack replied, shrugging in an embarassed sort of way. “They look cool, though. Very … Continue reading
Iowa Ginsberg walked through downtown Kekionga, enjoying the weekend-before-Christmas holiday atmosphere with the glorious smug relief of someone who had finished her last exam yesterday. Finals were over and it was almost Christmas—what else did a person need? Except maybe … Continue reading
Yes. In Kekionga, they’d be wolves. One of the topiaries on the courthouse square in Kekionga. Starting tomorrow: Christmas Wolves.