Heather Anne Pope
Fine Art, Painted Objects, Digital Arts, Mixed Media, Sewing, Crafting
New media and performance artist, painter and art historian living and working at the Brewery artist complex in Los Angeles California.
Rusty Crocodiles – the Art of Scott Rolfe
I am a Maine-born artist who has lived in Austin, Texas for over 20 years. I work in various media, including illustration, assemblage, mixed media, and digital art, as well as graphic design.
Visual artist marketing and promotion – social networking strategies, media relations, gallery research and art submissions
Tricia Griffith Fine Art and Photography
Since this website was first created, my creativity and interests have changed and grown. My signature art style has changed significantly over the years and I have continued to expand and explore my writing range.
DIY and Crafting
Projects, landscaping, gardening, and the like…
Radio Enactment Podcast
Comedian Edward Glazer and his partner Comedian/Actor Montserrat Espadale combine interviews and sketch comedy reenactments (aka Radio Enactments) to make you laugh and possibly find Ed a girlfriend.
New York Times Bestselling author Gail Carriger writes to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon.
J. B. Garner
The author of two book series, The Push Chronicles and Three Seconds to Legend.
Tamara A. Lowery
The author of the Waves of Darkness series, published by Gypsy Shadow Publishing, and has several other writing projects waiting in the wings
Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. This is his blog. He talks a lot about writing. And food. And pop culture. And his kid. He uses lots of naughty language. NSFW. Probably NSFL. Be advised.
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, with its head office located at the heart of the Empire, London, is here to solve these mysterious happenings that leave normal law enforcement officials baffled.
The Editor's Blog
It’s about syntax. And plot. And action. It’s voice and pacing and dialogue… It’s about characters with character. It’s about putting the words together to touch, to entertain, to move the reader.