My one-and-only Sword & Sorcery tale "Citadel Ninety-Nine" has the cover in Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #30. It is now available as a free pdf dowload, (and in various other formats, some free and others for a nominal fee).
We spent all afternoon remixing a song on ccMixter using Garage Band which was fun. Garage Band's not that intuitive though. We couldn't do a lot of things -- which is probably for the best, because it kept our band's version simple. Not that we created any original samples, we grabbed everything from Creative Commons. Here's the license. Another thing we would never ever been able to experience in the pre-digital age.
Not EVEN close, I know, but I like the colors anyway - they sort of match this blog's colors. I have this box of pastels and a 99¢ sketchpad left over from an exercise (but that's another story).
Christmas Eve, I came across the supplies which were resting under a stack of books and mags I plan to sell some time. I noticed them when I added this month's Wired to the stack, so thought I'd see what would come of playing around with these materials in the Silent Night, I made drew sketch from a small Katee Sackhoff-as-Starbuck publicity shot alongside a minor rant by a Wired staffer that BSG will not be back until April. Happy Holidays anyway, skiffy lovers! Tags:science fiction, bsg, starbuck
Link But then again the same site's "which college should I go to" and "which TV show should I watch" quizzes netted me the answers, "Texas Christian University," and "CSI:NY" respectively. So I think I will stick with Obama for now, thank you very much for playing indeed!
Youtube has no shortage of old movie clips mashed with Queen's "We Will Rock You", but this one really works, the ape make-up makes it easy to match up the lyrics. I especially like the single shot of Dr. Zaius -- a grumpy old orangutan perturbed by all the rockin'.