want to read a Pam Bliss minicomic?Lots of my minicomics and other Kekionga stories are now available to read online. Just click on "READ A COMIC!" right above this message.
want to read a Kekionga story right here on the blog?This blog is full of illustrated fiction set in Kekionga and featuring the same cast of characters you find in the comics. Click on "Kekionga FICTION!" above to find a table of contents and links to all the stories.
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More slow steps into the world of the 21st century– I have decided to dip my toes into the big scary ocean of social media by opening an Instagram account! More photos, more commentary, more hashtags, more weird stuff from … Continue reading
The technical difficulties have been solved, and new stories have begun appearing over on my “Read a Story” blog. I hope to post a new story every week for the next month or two, to reward you for your patience … Continue reading
Go down to The Woods at night. Down by the creek, without even a flashlight, you may see something … mysterious. And maybe it will change your whole life. Even if it doesn’t, it makes a rather sweet but slightly … Continue reading
you are invited to “read a story”– now with better images and other improvements too numerous to mention, although i am certainly going to try
Blogging business here– I’ve made some significant revisions to “READ A STORY”, aka pamblisscomics.wordpress.com . This is the webcomics site where you can read entire cartoon stories from Kekionga in an easy to manage, fun to read format. It’s all … Continue reading
Three new character profiles have been posted under about Kekionga up in the header. Today you can read about Gale, Iowa’s rather colorful roommate, retired god Anpu, and the mysterious Jessie. As always, if you have any questions about the … Continue reading
I have been working on this secret project on and off for weeks, and now it’s ready to be smacked with champagne (or a coconut) and sent down the slipway to splash into the water. Read my SPACE prize nominated … Continue reading