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tumblr sunday — how to identify a cartoonist

A cartoonist is the person who, when she sees this beautiful historic photograph,her first thought is “Cute bag! I could put my sketchbook and my camera in the main compartment and my pencil case in the front pocket and there’s … Continue reading

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welcome new (and returning) readers!

If everything is going according to plan, a lot of my business cards have made their way into the hands of friends, colleagues, readers, and general passers by over the last few days, and I hope at least some of … Continue reading

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read “tonbo”, a classic kekionga minicomic!

You are cordially invited to read Tonbo, one of my very favorite Kekionga minicomics. It’s a workplace comedy.  It’s a romance.  It’s got an alternate history pickup truck in it. It’s now on line, posted panel by panel with full … Continue reading

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storyteller’s delight (but beware)

Just a link today but it’s pretty nearly the best link ever (!) for anyone who is interested in storytelling.  If you write stories, or if you enjoy reading/watching/looking at  stories written by others, visit the Periodic Table of Storytelling, … Continue reading

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a map of the world as it used to be

More maps.  We love maps here.  The ones in this particular set are of Pangea, the single protocontinent that existed in the distant past,  before continental drift tore it apart and plate tectonics slowly created the world we know today.  … Continue reading

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tumblr sunday– flying fox dreams

Bats are great, and the flying fox is the best bat.  Discuss. These are some of the flying fox images I’ve collected on my picture file tumblr, the Coelacanth Gallery.  These pictures are  potentially useful references for designing not just … Continue reading

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media discovery of 2013: welcome to night vale

“A friendly desert community, where the sun is hot, the moon is beautiful, and mysterious lights pass overhead while we all pretend to sleep.  Welcome to Night Vale.” If you hear these words being read aloud in your head in … Continue reading

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tumblr sunday (late on saturday night)– awesome girl

Girls are awesome.  And so are old snapshot photographs, so when this one came along I had to add it to my Tumblr.  The only thing that would be better would be finding the real thing at a garage sale … Continue reading

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holiday decorations

We don’t decorate much here at world headquarters, but I try to make up for it by decorating my picture file Tumblr, the Coelacanth Gallery, and this year it’s a holiday wonderland!  The picture of the Professor helping to decorate … Continue reading

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a favorite topic of alternate historians

and fans of the pulpier, more fun kind of alternate history, as opposed to the creators and readers of serious counterfactuals: we’re talking Nazi Secret Weapons tonight, in celebration of the excellent overview of the subject in this post over … Continue reading

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