Have you ever dreamed of becoming the next Alan Moore, Frank Miller or Will Eisner?
If you’re like, me I’m sure you have.
And you probably also thought that making graphic novels, or comic books, is a slow and difficult task that you won’t be able to do alone. Especially if you can’t draw.
Read More How to Write a Graphic Novel
Hi! I’m posting here for the first time to tell you about something I wrote. Not long ago I was reading Macbeth and asked myself where would those three ladies from the first act be today if they were still alive. You know, the Three Witches that see the future. Of course you know. Also, […]
Read More I fell in love with a Witch
“Wow.” “Wow, I had such a weird dream”, Karen muttered while still trying to open her eyes. She was lying on the only bed she could remember having slept on, and she wore a Victorian nightgown that she was sure she hadn’t seen in her whole life. Her memories of her life before she met […]
Read More Ask the Big Tree, part six
“This is a nightmare. This isn’t real.” Ana ran through an impossible corridor of golden doors and silver chandeliers, but she couldn’t find a door that would take her out of that nightmare. She wanted to scratch the walls of the corridor until she could see the lights of the real world again, she wanted […]
Read More Ask the Big Tree, part five
“Hi. Karen here. I’ve been told you answer questions.” It was early in the morning, the sun was still hidden behind a three-story building and the birds had just begun to sing. It was cold and the leaves of the Big Tree barely moved. They talked to each other in the language of the frost […]
Read More Ask the Big Tree, part four
I wrote this thing last year, and though it may not have much in common with the things I talk about in this blog, I share it with you because it does explain(i guess) why I write what I write and why I have this blog. Enjoy. Perhaps you have already heard about the countless […]
Read More Why read? Why write? Why make art?
Ana slowly approached the window, trying not to break the silence of the night. The lights were off inside, but she had walked half an hour to get to Ed’s home, so she wanted to at least try to take a look. There was no one inside, that’s for sure. So who was the woman […]
Read More Ask the Big Tree, part three