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Tag Archives: writing
Today’s product raises many questions. 1) Why does anyone need a scented notebook? 2) Who imagined what would happen if you crossed a sentient cupcake with a Cyclops? 3) Even if you did cross an imaginary sentient cupcake with an … Continue reading
A glimpse inside my latest project, a minicomic flip book that both reprints my very first story and a later, extended canon version, and acts as sort of a meditation on the relationship between the two stories and Kekionga today, … Continue reading
March snow. The old dog Wanders in a figure eight; Does pretty good job.
(Welcome back. This would have been posted yesterday except I was participating in the Day Without a Woman.) It has been a very long time since I have read an X-Men comic, and almost as long since I have seen … Continue reading
This can be the real Indiana where I live, or Kekionga’s Indiana of the Mind, whichever you prefer. Or is there really any difference? Early spring walk with Kilo-Macro. One of my goals this year was to pay more attention … Continue reading
Position: Photographs of colorful late winter sunsets are not in poor taste *provided* they are made within three blocks of your house. Discuss.
Those lovely tropical orchard’s– so exotic.
Hard at work on, among other things, a minicomic about bottlecaps. In this comic, I am going to have to draw a lot of bottlecaps. Not wanting to get into weird copyright issues, and because it is more fun to … Continue reading
Animal World. Two Quarters. Pink Elephant. (Count this as a critical success.)