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: October 2017
The 2017 Sangawa Project will be held in Greentree, PA December 8th-10th, 2017, and I will be speaking on two topics at this year’s event: “Anime’s Creepy Little Girls” and “Exploring Sanrio’s Wild Side: The My Melody Franchise.” Event details … Continue reading
This time I’m going to finish the young adult Korean novel The Year of Impossible Goodbyes by Sukryeol Choi (최 숙렬의 “떠나보낼 수 없는 세월”). Chapter 4 picks up with Officer Narita harassing the women and the author’s mother at … Continue reading
I’m a little behind on making my announcements ever since the film festival last month and the last minute Greensburg Anime Festival went forward under difficult circumstances, but I do have some news to share. This week on Tuesday, October … Continue reading
The next book I’m going to look at is The Year of Impossible Goodbyes by Sukryeol Choi (최 숙렬의 떠나보낼 수 없는 세월), which I believe has also been translated into English under that title. The literal translation would be … Continue reading