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Two sketches

Two sketches for two beta-readers of The Goose’s Wing, Eric Scott Fischl and Victor Dimitrov. Thanks, guys! The first (for Victor) is a Petrolean dragon, looking a bit more majestic and less moist than I depict them in the novella. The second (for Eric) is … Continue reading

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Draw the Rabbit Skull, Daddy

“Draw the rabbit skull, daddy,” she said. “We’ll be conservationists together,” she said. So I drew the rabbit skull. And so did she. “I can’t draw rabbit skulls, daddy. This is a dolly pretending to be a princess. She has blue … Continue reading

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The Biomes of Junction

  An overview of the alien biomes traversed by the Houlihan-Matsumori Expedition From top left to bottom right: The Glasslands (no Nun name) Silicates dissolved in mild sulfuric acid, warmed by geothermal heat. Think living fishbowls–giant diatoms. The Wormwood (Sokok … Continue reading

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Junction Fan Art!

Junction is still lurching and moaning through its latest round of revisions, but something good’s coming out of the process aside from my sweet caffeine-flavored tears: FAN ART!   The first is a Lizard-bug by artist and cover-designer Viergacht. Love the … Continue reading

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Snider!

“Watch out for sniders tonight.” I turned away from another breathtaking Rasan sunset. Behind Enrique and Firey Plummet, the moon shone below the glittering webwork of one of the mechs’ space stations. The stars were coming out on my first night on Rasa. “What,” … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of a Dragon

As predators of feral von Neumann robots, the feeding apparatus of the Petrolean Dragon must be robust and flexible. When in flight, protective plates interlock to create an aerodynamic profile and protect the delicate sensors. When hunting, these sensors are … Continue reading

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Dinosaur Brains

Dinosaur Brains? Dinosaur Brains. So. Childbirth. Ain’t easy, amiright? The brain of a human infant is so large that even with some clever adaptation like squishy skulls, wide hips, and mid-birth gymnastics, the process still has a good chance of … Continue reading

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Biotic Zones of Junction (fauna)

You may not have noticed the new entry in the “stories” section of the menu. So here’s the official page of my next sci-fi novel, Junction. The following are some of my notes for the project (previously called “Router”) published … Continue reading

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The Biotic Zones of Junction (flora)

You may not have noticed the new entry in the “stories” section of the menu. So here’s the official page of my next sci-fi novel, Junction. The following are some of my notes for the project (previously called “Router”) published … Continue reading

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Dragons

Yes, I do sometimes still draw. This is a bit of speculative biology I took up back in August at the behest of Dan Koboldt, who wanted a picture of a dragon. This…isn’t that. Instead what I did was think about … Continue reading

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