Monthly Archives: December 2016

Ancient Egyptian Daybook: ebook and printed book preorder update!

Please see this Kickstarter page for my most recent update on the printing of The Ancient Egyptian Daybook. This is extremely important if you were a Kickstarter or Egyptiandaybook.com preorder backer. Otherwise, you just might like to know how it’s going. Yes, … Continue reading

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A curious lecture at Curious Gallery 2017

I’ll be speaking at the Curious Gallery here in Portland on January 8. (You’d think they invented this event just for me with that name, wouldn’t you?) Dead Wrong: “Mummy Parties” and Other Shocking Curiosities Sunday, January 8, 2017 3:00pm … Continue reading

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Daybook ebook now available for backers/preorders!

Yes, it is finally happening. All Kickstarter backers for The Ancient Egyptian Daybook received an update on how to get their free ebook (PDF or EPUB versions) late last night/early this morning. Today, I have also begun to send those … Continue reading

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Daybook update: printing has begun, ebooks by Thursday

Read the official update at the Ancient Egyptian Daybook’s Kickstarter project site here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tsiuda/the-ancient-egyptian-daybook/posts/1768284 Zigzag likes the book, though he’s decreed it’s not as tasty as the Lexikon volumes were.

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The shapes of prose

I’m sitting in a hotel room shaped like a slice of pie. No, really: Is it a Feng Shui nightmare or a magical conduit? I have to admit that even with my eyes closed, it feels strange, and I can’t … Continue reading

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