Uncategorized24 Jan 2011 01:30 pm

The con was great. I worked my butt off on getting my table ready for the art show, and managed to fill the space. Remind me next time to reserve less space and focus on my best work, OK? Still, I thought my table looked pretty good.

On the table you can see my dolls, some of my jewelry, and the cameos I’ve been playing with lately. On the wall are the mixed media fabric pictures, mostly tarot cards but some classic illustrations as well. On the right you can see my daughter’s pictures, including some that appeared here first. It’s a big hodge podge of different media and styles, but that’s what keeps it fun for me.

Uncategorized05 Jul 2010 08:44 am

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Uncategorized05 Jul 2010 07:13 am

Uncategorized19 Feb 2010 06:31 pm


winter 2009

Uncategorized17 Oct 2009 07:07 am

Sorry about the downtime, folks. I upgraded the mySQL server and something happened. Glad to be back and working on the Fall issue.

Uncategorized02 Jul 2009 05:29 am

june09Summer 2009
Summer 2009

Uncategorized20 Jun 2009 01:12 pm

Expect an issue in our new quarterly format next week… fiction, reviews, poetry, and hopefully some etc.

Uncategorized01 Apr 2009 05:51 am

Layoffs at work have increased my job responsibilities — the weekly publishing schedule will need to adjust.

Uncategorized09 Mar 2009 04:34 am

There is no one left
to remember
that boiling water in eggshells
will catch me out.

I remain:
the homely child,
torturer of cats,
bereft of any power
save lack of conscience.

Even cold iron
has given way
to silicon and plastic.

What kills me by increments
is not your black metal
or mummy-dry churches:
it’s the boredom
of seasons passing unnoticed
while I hump my ass
over a keyboard
to pay the rent.

I had centuries of joy
under sidhe hills
before my exile.

Human tedium
is the slowest strangle.
But you know all about that.

Uncategorized26 Feb 2009 08:13 pm

Rachael gave me permission to take Unfay to a movie on Saturday, so I took her to Unadam’s Revenge.

Unadam, the bald slave in the poster, belonged to a scientist in a government laboratory who was looking for drugs to make slaves smarter. Unadam took one of the test drugs, stopped obeying the scientist, and killed him. Then Unadam stole a jar of the drug and used it on all the other slaves in the laboratory, and they killed the other scientists.

The laboratory slaves rounded up the janitors, secretaries, lab technicians security guards, and other masters on the staff, and locked them in a conference room. One of the janitors asked Unadam, “What will you do with us?”

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