Patrons wanted – help grow my work!

With the advice and help of some friends, I am now listed on Patreon as a content creator. If you’re unfamiliar, Patreon is sort of the digital equivalent of the fan clubs people my age and older were part of when we were younger. In return for monthly support of an artist, patrons receive perks… Continue reading Patrons wanted – help grow my work!

Six more days for the Daybook Planner!

We’re still raising funds to meet two stretch goals for The Ancient Egyptian Daybook Perpetual Planner campaign on Kickstarter. Kicktraq is providing a quick link to how we’re doing – so far so good, but we’ve still got a way to go to our two goals: Please consider backing this project – or spreading the… Continue reading Six more days for the Daybook Planner!

Just shy of 75%…Ancient Egyptian Daybook Planner go!

Today we’re at 74% of funding for the followup project to The Ancient Egyptian Daybook. This is a standalone perpetual planner-style calendar, and a project I had mentioned doing back with the first Kickstarter but was holding until the Daybook itself was complete. Now it’s time to get that going, and you can help either… Continue reading Just shy of 75%…Ancient Egyptian Daybook Planner go!

A new year and a new Daybook related project

By now it’s Gregorian 2017 in every place my readers are. May it be your best year yet, if you measure time in that fashion. Today is what we have, but there’s nothing wrong with plans and dreams for the tomorrow that will be today soon enough. I’ve spent quite a bit of time (see what… Continue reading A new year and a new Daybook related project

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 When does curiosity cross the line? From Napoleon’s famous invasion of Egypt to the modern… Continue reading A curious lecture at Curious Gallery 2017