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The Life and Times of Angel Evans: Behind the Scenes

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Hello, and welcome! I’ve not had a lot of time this month, so rather than a neatly planned out post, I’m simply going to give you a few of the drawings I did of Angel…

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Hopeless Creatures

Originally posted on The Hopeless Vendetta:
This is a video taken at the start of our gallery exhibition in Lansdown, Stroud, as part of Stroud Book Festival. There are lots of the kinds of small creatures you find in rock…

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The Life and Times of Angel Evans: Behind the Scenes

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Welcome back! This month, I’m exploring Dragonboats, Featherboats and worldbuilding. Art by Meredith Debonnaire So, dragonboats. They are, as you will (I hope) know, mentioned in the story. As are featherboats. And they’re one of…

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The Hopeless, Maine arts and crafts movement.

Originally posted on The Hopeless Vendetta:
This is a rather grand title for a thing that we are doing. We are combining the philosophy of Wombles ( “Making good use of the things that we find, things that the everyday…

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The Life and Times of Angel Evans: Behind the Scenes

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Welcome! This is a new monthly thing that I will be doing, taking you behind the scenes of The Life and Times of Angel Evans. It’s going to vary as to what exactly that means; I…

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Book Review: Hopeless Maine by Tom and Nimue Brown (this review originally written for Pagan Dawn

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Procession somber; pageant walked, shuffled, lurching to uncertainty. This review first appeared in Pagan Dawn magazine. Hopeless is an island that nobody can leave. Let that sink in; it’s a deeply layered bit of worldbuilding,…

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Putting out the hat

Originally posted on Druid Life:
There’s a moment when you start a busking set, when the empty hat goes out, and you have not yet begun to sing or play, and you don’t know how people are going to react.…

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