A devastated Kathleen Jennings gets to “Terrible As An Army with Banners” in the collection and casts about for a fainting couch.
Last night my friend Robert Hoge launched his memoir, Ugly.
I read part of this book a few years back at a writers’ retreat and I was struck then – as I am again now – by how this book, which has
More art from Kathleen, this one is for the actual “Bitterwood Bible” story, with Mater Adela, Murciana and the Blessed Beatrice (she’s a brazen head). *squeals of delight*
… and some pirates to the very left.
More story-art from Kathleen Jennings!
Extended art from Kathleen Jennings, the right-hand side is from “The Undone and the Divine” story in Bitterwood.
What will I do when she has finished beta reading Bitterwood and there are no more sketches emailed to me for breakfast art??
… my story “Brisneyland by Night” is available to read for free, along with an interview. Go here.
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So, I’ll be teaching this for QWC on Saturday 21 Sept, 2013.
As it’s a masterclass you need to submit your work ahead of time so I have time to read and critique it. This is a one day intensive, so it‘s not suitable
WFA-nominee Kathleen Jennings has been at it again, more Bitterwood doodles arrived in the inbox this morning. It’s kind of like gifts of chocolate without the calories.