The doctor did not make it to ink. Alas.
This might have been more on point to mental image, but the inked version looks real enough too. Why is the bed so short?
I’m leaving this wonderful Portland studio space, which means the physical location of Primal Spiral will be by contact or booking, until next reopen. It’s been a wonderful year, and I’ll continue to be in the Portland-Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest, Cascadia. And beyond.
(Ode to AudioCinema.)
If you’re hoping for more words less face, there’s good news on the horizon.
Par excellence, a great introduction to the Tri-Cities area of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, WA. As follows…
It’s Dean. Dean, not Sam.
With Orion, past and future Worldcon tech and sword-swinging fire breather of Ignition.
Puppets from the Toby Froud-directed short, “Lessons Learned”.
With puppeteer, animator, director Toby Froud himself!
There I watched this beautiful trailer (a boat of leaves & petals!):
Making my books available despite a last-minute presence:
For internet-only readers, the About page has been updated with the descriptive summary from the hardcover book and an updated author section.
From Bones of Starlight Facebook, upon receiving 100 Likes:
Many thanks to the readers, supporters, and muses who have been along for the journey, as this story grew from a plotline, to a few website posts, to a book; from two central characters, to a universe full, with a returning history, growing aspirations, and discovery of the unknown.
I look forward to bringing you more of this space fantasy saga, and I hope it captivates you as it has me! May the connections we’ve formed through time and space grow strong. Here’s to the future, and a good start.
Visiting Wingnut Customs’ stage dragon, featured in Lord of the Stark Realm:
The tiny reality of Paranorman at Laika Studios:
A late-found Radcon goodie bag surprise – a Marvel ’94 Flair card that I owned double as an 11-year-old. Quasar, Universal Guardian.