Category Archives: Fan art

Farewell to Carrrie Vaughn’s urban fantasy series about a werewolf named Kitty

Poor Kitty Norville. Everyone always laughs at the werewolf named Kitty, even though, as she points out, she had the name first. I’ve read every single one of Carrie Vaughn’s urban fantasy series staring a werewolf named Kitty. So, of … Continue reading Continue reading

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A Toast to Steven Universe

The following two things are true. I paint pottery at Color Me Mine. I really love Steven Universe. If you don’t know what Steven Universe is, it’s this great cartoon show. It’s entertaining for kids, but also exists on a … Continue reading Continue reading

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Fan art: My Goodbye to Old Man’s War

My favorite part of the Old Man’s War series is listening to Scalzi tell stories and make jokes. He has a clear and polished voice and a great sense of comic timing which are disarming to “listen” to, on his blog … Continue reading Continue reading

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Alice’s Tea Party, pottery project in progress

When I was a kid, I took art lessons for a number of years in the garage of the professional artist who just happened to be living in our neighborhood. I’m not great at drawing, but I enjoy working with … Continue reading Continue reading

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Celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories

I wanted to make a post celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories because it is one of the few more-than-three-book series that I’ve read to the end. Actually, all of those series ended last year, so I was going to do … Continue reading Continue reading

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Celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories

I wanted to make a post celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories because it is one of the few more-than-three-book series that I’ve read to the end. Actually, all of those series ended last year, so I was going to do … Continue reading

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