Recent Posts: The Sun Rises in the East
Here is poster number four from my series of six posters I have been doing for the series: I’ll have poster five in a few weeks.
I have some updates to my schedule of appearances: July 26th-28th Confluence, Coraopolis, PA I’ll be doing a book signing Saturday, a reading Sunday morning from Lucky Cat and the Snow Maiden’s Vengeance and will be on the panel later that day on “History and Myth in Fantasy” http://parsec-sff.org/confluence/ August 1st Monroeville Library, […]
Recent Posts: The Enlightened Rabbit Scholastic Society
I had some time this weekend to prepare a few videos for everyone to enjoy. The first video is my character roll-call, which I made for my readers who have been struggling to pronounce my characters’ names in a couple of my novels. Character Roll-Call: Then I prepared a three-part series of me reading selections […]
I am practicing my sketching by illustrating some characters and maybe scenes out of my bilingual novel, Sohyeon After Midnight, and this is my first installment.
Monthly Archives: August 2014
The second volume of my science fiction fantasy, The Vulpecula Cycle, is now available at Amazon on Kindle. The title of this volume is The Regent and the Courtier: Five years after the crash of the doomed lunar shuttle, the … Continue reading
As we continue our look at Korean novel, The Man Who Walks Dogs (전민식의“개를 산책시키는 남자”) by Minshik Jeon, this time I will highlight problems of cultural communication that come up in this segment. One thing I didn’t mention last … Continue reading
The new book we will be covering in the next series of posts is a 2012 Korean novel by Minshik Jeon, The Man Who Walks Dogs (전민식의“개를 산책시키는 남자”), which can be purchased here: http://item2.gmarket.co.kr/English/detailview/item.aspx?goodscode=552799058 It is a literary work … Continue reading
Lady Xiansa will be speaking about Japanese anime and culture in a few weeks at the Kurokiiro anime festival. Details are here: http://www.kurokiiro.com/ The link I’ve given earlier for Valerie Estelle Frankel’s “Journey of the Heroine” is good additional reading … Continue reading