Tag Archives: Fantasy

Hear My Call

The Santa Rosa Toy Con was enjoyable.  It was great to see all of you who made it out to the show.  We’ll try and do it again next year. I have been reading some of the short fiction of Clark Ashton Smith.  I’m sort of a sucker for early 20th century imaginative fiction inspired […]


Here’s the third week in a row with a new print.  This one is based on a book “The Well at the World’s End” by William Morris, an early fantasy novel from 1896. Morris is remembered for his textile and wallpaper designs more than he is for his fantasy novels, but there is some great […]


In most stories there is a character the reader relates to. This character has a goal they are trying to accomplish and there is something in the way of their success. This sets up the conflict, which is usually what makes things interesting. As a writer this gives you a simple formula: have your character […]