(This post also contains a short story) I didn’t think I had a method of writing, but it turns out I do. First I have an idea and I write a little memo. Then I write a very short version of the story. Then it gradually gets longer and longer, with more intricate plot points and extra characters. In the end the finished story bears very little resemblance to the original version.
David Cuccia Illustrator of: There’s A Crazy Dog Under the Palace, mythology, Ferrum and Dark Of The Sun Tell us a bit about yourself I’m 56 years old, married for 33 years and I’m basically a raccoon trapped inside of a man’s body…or at least that’s what I’ve told my wife all of these years! That only means I have a sense of playfulness that I try to bring out in my work! When a young child asked me one day what I did for [...]
Illustrator of -Booger’s Day Out Tell us a bit about yourself My name is Tracey Hudson and I am an artist, songwriter, singer and writer. I live in Nashville, TN with my husband Cas and our two dogs, Lulu and Micki Doodles. I am originally from Columbia, MS, a small town about 90 miles from the Gulf Coast and New Orleans which makes me a true southern belle, but I have lived in Nashville for 25 years. How did you [...]
Traveling to work whilst reading is a fairly easy one to cover considering all the other obstacles we have come across so far. You have washed (we hope) dressed (poorly) breakfasted (without a detour to the hospital). Now you are ready to leave the house.