Every time you hand off a book to beta readers, there’s a kind of lull in the life of an author. You know you’re going to get the manuscript back in a few weeks, and […]
17:1 And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that […]
[from The Japan Times] One diorama at a time, miniaturist reconstructs aftermaths of ‘lonely deaths’ Inside a grimy six-tatami room lies a darkly stained blanket — an ominous reminder of its owner, and his demise. […]
More by the artist on his ArtStation page.
I had a dream based on the painting “In the Pavilion of the Red Clown” by Robert Williams. I was in a demented circus pitched in a field. There was no sense that there was […]
I’m not in the habit of interpreting literature for others. As a rule, I can only mislead — or else rob you of a moment of profound insight. However, only very bad rules have no […]
Normal Rockwell’s school walk modified by Hetchy Sketch.
“I was a very spoiled girl,” I told her. By the time I was 13, I had already noticed how the men looked at me differently. It bothered me at first—that they dared be […]
Another periodic update to my ongoing collection The Eyes Have It, Eye Spy, Eye Always Feel Like, and Eye Drank What?