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(Our classic Kekionga Christmas episode continues.) “I can’t believe you’ve never heard of the Christmas Wolves.” Iowa was slightly amazed. “It must really be a local thing.” “Sorry, never heard of them,” Jack replied, shrugging in an embarassed sort of … Continue reading
(Once again, it’s time for our classic Kekionga Christmas Episode, the story of the Christmas Wolves.) Iowa Ginsberg walked through downtown Kekionga, enjoying the weekend-before-Christmas holiday atmosphere with the glorious smug relief of someone who had finished her last exam … Continue reading
(The second introduction to the classic Kekionga Holiday Episode, which really does start tommorrow.) Yes. In Kekionga, they’d be wolves. One of the topiaries on the courthouse square in Kekionga. Starting tomorrow: Christmas Wolves.
(It’s not Black Friday related! It is free and you don’t have to go anywhere!) Yesterday I drew and posted my annual Handprint Turkey. And then I went to lunch at Steak and Shake– one of the few restaurant chains … Continue reading
Just a little drawing of a Kid, a Dog, a Dragon and a … Bird? Birdlike Creature? These are all familiar sketchbook denizens who represent the power of the imagination (sort of) and most of them seem to be having … Continue reading
At last, my convention banner is finished and ready to go. Here is the final product set up in the kitchen as a test of the mechanism. (Sorry it was a bit dark.) My first impression is it is huge! … Continue reading
Appropriately for March, I have gotten a wild March hare of an idea to make one of those convention banners that roll up into a handy little case that doubles as its own stand. Everybody else has one, right? So … Continue reading
(Our traditional Christmas Episode …) “And they’re ours. Rudolph and the Grinch belong to everybody. But the Christmas Wolves are Kekionga’s.” Nobody had much to say to that . And so there, Iowa thought. Logic, mythic or otherwise, was one … Continue reading
(The discussion of Kekionga’s official Christmas story continues in part 4 of the Christmas Episode.) “My guess,” said another voice, deep and with some kind of weird lilting accent Iowa could never quite identify, “is that the historical models were … Continue reading