Jill’s been doing some striking work with inkjet transfers onto nonpaper media, and I’m mesmerized by these images on foil.
I just saw that the next fiction post is up at Richard Parks’s place. Yay! (Click on “Story Time” in the right-hand menu there.)
Originally posted on Richard Parks:
This is an older story. It first appeared in the Wizard Fantastic anthology from DAW Books back in 1997. Sort of a thought experiment on the nature of affection. Or greed. It rather depends on how you look at it. As I said, an older story. Maybe with more flaws than I like to think I commit now. Wishful thinking, probably, but I’m still rather fond of this story. Dragon would like that.
If you haven’t seen this reblogged somewhere else already, just dive in without reading any summaries or descriptions. The journey’s as cool as the destination.
Originally posted on cabel.me:
Somewhere in Portland, there’s a very old building, and that very old building has a very, very old basement. An incredible basement, a video-game-level basement, a set-decorator’s dream basement.
And when you walk past the janitors office, with the wonderfully decked halls…
I created this account as a WordPress.com identity I could comment on friends’ WordPress blogs with. That’s mostly what I’ll be using it for, but I hate to leave blogspace wasted, so I’ll try to at least reblog interesting things occasionally. Meanwhile, hello! My main website is terrymcgarry.com, but I’m happy to chat here as well. ~~~waves~~~