Archive for July, 2008
My partner, M, has a cafe press store, where she sells things like:
It’s fantasy / new-age stuff, things like postcards and t-shirts and mugs. There’s not much, no, but there’s some.
In the not too distant future, I’m hoping to get some of my photography on some of this stuff, as well, but I haven’t done […]
Nearly midnight last night, as I sat in the living room under a single light reading one of Douglas Clegg’s fantasy novels (I’m in the second of three), whilst everyone else (human and feline) slept, I heard a voice. A whisper. Barely at the edge of my ear. Distinct and indistinct simultaneously. She said, “John.”
I’m deep in a mountainous forest these days, surrounded by gypsies and god things and a poor guy who doesn’t know what he wants or where he’s going. But he’s got a compass, so it can’t all be bad, can it?
Book submissions have been set afloat through the postal service.
Necropolis is readier and readier to […]
Dusk. Pensacola, Florida. As the storm neared, lightning raged in the distance and thunder resounded in our ears.Which of these pictures is best?
I have only a slight preference. Yes, I played with them. I’m no expert in Photoshop, not yet, but I one day I will be. Then, it will not be a […]
a little post-apocalyptic fairy tale for everyone:
THE MAGIC MARBLE
“Give me a dollar.”
Jake looked up from his marbles. Except for the girl standing over him on the stoop, the street was empty. He’d never seen her before. She was older than him, but not much, and the way she leaned over him it was as if […]
Have you forgotten me, or have I forgotten you? Has it been weeks since I’ve said anything? Have I been quiet on all the message boards? Is everything alright?
How are you? (For the record, I’m fine. Nothing wrong today that wasn’t wrong before I vanished, which is to say everything’s […]