Posts Tagged ‘ fantasy ’


29th May 2009 | 1 Comment

This is the rare thing that rose up without a connection to Wind Tunnel Dreams, to jewelry, to masks, to anything but the fact that I am thoroughly steeped in fairy tales. That, and the fact that I am often subject to marauding troops of morbid Girl Scouts. No, really. My daughter is fourteen, and […]

The Angel of Fremont Street

29th March 2009 | 0 Comments

One day, I was folding the clean laundry and listening to music. “I Wish I Was a Girl” by Counting Crows came on, and I was swept away by part of the chorus: “I wish for all the world that I could say ‘Hey, Elizabeth, you know, I’m doing all right these days…’” And I […]

Wool and Silk and Wood

22nd February 2009 | 0 Comments

The fall of 2007 was rough. My longstanding comic project, Shayara, had fallen apart – the artist backed out for the last time. I’d been focusing my creative energies so long on Shayara, and I didn’t know what to do. So I posted asking for writing prompts, and decided to write flash fiction every day […]