There are things I retain in my memory while doing research, some that never leave me, even while I cannot find the source material—because it was online, and either those links are now dead, or I just can’t find them anymore. Ove the years they are less popular. Perhaps this doesn’t seem like a big… Read More Mourning Lost Sources
In The Legendary Past: Mesopotamian Myths, by Henrietta McCall there is an image that caught my attention. It is a mask of Humbaba, the ogre of the pine forest (Avon: Bath Press,1990 p. 41). It is in the British Museum. It’s not just eyes and a mouth; the whole design echoes a labyrinth. Even with… Read More Backstory of the Backstory for The Red Khémèresh.
Well, if anyone knows his work, the answer would be: Why not? To our mutual friends and his fans, well of course! There are a few other reasons. I’ve known Grant Searcey for a while. We live in the same town, and so we bumped into each other even outside my early haunting of his first… Read More Why I chose Grant Searcey to do my cover art: