Monthly Archives: June 2016

An Even Longer Distance

A while back, I started writing a piece for Travelogue that ended up being way longer than the average passage. It would have thrown off the pacing like nothing else – “why are we still on this character?” – if … Continue reading

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A Steady State

It feels good to be back in the “always something in the pipeline” state. My top secret “Drafts” page is in a constant state of flux which is always a good sign. Among these is a draft for a story … Continue reading

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Sliding back into harness

A lot has happened since my last real update. New job, living with my parents again (temporarily!), still paying rent for a house I no longer live in. Commissions and art shows up the tail pipe, a new 50-50 series … Continue reading

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