As always, click the link in the sidebar/footer ads or this one right here to pre-order THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, first in an LGBTQ+ cyberpunk/horror trilogy. Thanks for your patience as we’ve worked to put the finish touches on booklaunch preparations; more interpretive essays will be on the way soon, including potential essays about The Promised Neverland and Ancient Magus’s Bride. Beyond almost any element of The Disgraced Martyr Trilogy, early
Christmas is Coming, and So Are Reviews–Read Three for THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Free on NetGalley until May!
The Hierophant’s Daughter On NetGalley A great big thanks Goodreads reader Amber Triplett, who posted her four-star review a few weeks ago: and a big Christmas thanks to blogger Brad Horner, who crossposted his NetGalley review here at his blog, and blogger Anna Lindbjerg, who published her generous review on her blog, Marvellous Tales. Additionally, it seems we’ve already sold at least one pre-order copy, because THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER
Don’t expect this every day, folks, but THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE is under a dollar on Amazon.com until 12 A. M. on April 7th. Click anywhere on the text of this paragraph to check it out. If you love occultism, psychedelic drugs and music, mysticism, fairy tales, poisoning your friends and far, far more, don’t miss this alchemical blend of philosophical sci-fi and surreal fantasy. And if you would prefer
Hello, reader. You may be looking around the website and wondering at the stark changes–not the least of which being the url, which has changed from http://www.delilahmywoman.com to http://www.paintedblindpublishing.com. That is because, as the number of projects on the websites grows and its purpose changes, it finds itself quite a long way from the meager necessities which inspired its founding. With far more than Delilah, My Woman to consider, we
Having recently had the opportunity to visit New York City for the first time and spend a week there seeing ten shows, on- and off-Broadway both, I was struck not just by the quality of New York theater, but the breadth of experimentation. Coming as I do from Ashland, Oregon, whose Shakespeare Festival has a loyal crowd to please, it was refreshing to see theaters which had the opportunity to
Mea Culpa, dear readers, but I don’t have an essay for you this week. After getting whipped up in a high-synchronicity birthday trip to San Francisco (a very good time, might I add, and magically vivifying) and completing a third full-length play for me to submit around, I am now roughly 45% done with the novel and will be taking another couple of weeks off from non-fiction in order to
[This week’s essay is part one of a two-parter covering first RAYEARTH OVA and then Puella Magic Madoka Magica; however, Part II will be posted in three weeks rather than the standard two due to the holiday season. I may or may not do a shorter essay about the film Arrival in the meantime, so be sure to follow the blog if you aren’t already, or send me an email