“Days without carnage freaked me out. I liked their non-mayhem vibes, but with flesheaters running loose in Pre-Chaos, the absence of blood and death muddled my brain with suspicion.” If you haven’t yet, do stop by my writing site to read “Berries for Sweet,” and see what else is troubling Luna Bravo.
Pagan Living, Summer Issue 2012 – In the past, I’ve felt uneasy about interviews; perhaps because one time someone rearranged my words in a way that made me sound like a tool. But Tanae is wonderful, and I was able to spill my soul out to her.
Mara – some time ago, Lilac Wolf interviewed the artist behind Monolith Graphics, and I left a comment. The artist was very touched, and sent me this beautiful journal to show me just how much. Now I’m touched, too. Isn’t it gorgeous?
Return to Celebrate Oz with my Oma Linda from Olde Baggs ‘n Stuft Shirts – I’m ecstatic about this one. I’ve been dreaming up the dark(ish) tale of how a displaced, green-skinned witch rescues a cyborg from a life of slavery at a woodcutting farm. The party is July 19th; won’t you join the wicked fun?
The Summer of Colors 2 at Twinkle, Twinkle – six weeks to celebrate flavors, textures, colors, words… art. It begins June 4th. Will I see you there?
Sophie’s Sympathy (or how dogs are better at mother-guilt than we are) – this post left me in tears; deliciously glorious sobs of joy. Sophie’s tale touched me so deeply that she ended up as a character in “Goddesses on Contraception”. That gorgeous yellow lab knows things…
|Sophie's pretty face borrowed from The Secret Life of the American Working Witch|
the winners of the AlmaMia Cienfuegos Tours with Charm giveaways;
What’s brewing in your pre-summer cauldron, my Darling Luvs?