Recent Posts: The Sun Rises in the East
My summer schedule is shaping up to be very busy. I just had confirmation that I will be selling my books and artwork in Artist Alley at this year’s Anthrocon, in addition to speaking there for the first time on July 2nd at 1PM on Hello Kitty. https://www.anthrocon.org/node/36149/2017-schedule-online That event runs from June 29th through […]
In honor of the Living Dead Monroeville weekend, which is coming up in three weeks, I decided to draw a new cover page for my webcomic for my horror novel, The Haunting at Ice Pine Peak for you to get you in the mood.
Category Archives: Palace Interludes
Finally, I finished my new project, my first non-fiction language book, Lady Xiansa’s Guide to Beginning Korean, which is now available in paperback on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Lady-Xiansas-Guide-Beginning-Korean/dp/1542522234/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1496408800&sr=8-1&keywords=lady+xiansa%27s+guide+to+beginning+korean I could have named it just Beginning Korean or something equally utilitarian, but … Continue reading
As promised, I got the second of my series on local Asian-American author appearances ready at my secondary blog. Journalist and Chinese-American Jennifer Lin recently came to Pittsburgh to promote her new family memoir. Her grandfather and great-uncle were Christian … Continue reading
As spring kicks into high gear, I will be speaking and appearing at a few upcoming events around town. First up, on May 24th at 7PM, I will be giving my presentation “‘Godzilla, Monster Movies, and Toho Studios” at the … Continue reading
I finally got around to preparing some videos of me reading my 2016 noir-magical girl novella Kumori and the Lucky Cat. This time I was able to learn more about how to use the recording software, so the audio … Continue reading
Since I was all dressed up for the holiday, I decided to record a few videos of me reading my award winning novel, The Haunting at Ice Pine Peak. These are the first videos I’ve ever made, so my apologies … Continue reading
Oh, look at the time! We should hurry up our game of xiangqi and return to the Lantern Pavilion so we can begin the next story. Hasn’t it been pleasant relaxing here in the Hall of the Prancing Tiger? My … Continue reading
Let me show you around the palace. Although the best view of the valley below from the mountain is here at the Lantern Pavilion, there’s still so much more to see. Just up the steps here we can enjoy the … Continue reading
The palace is nearly ready for visitors. Our first discussion of a Korean classic will be coming soon in May! Do you prefer chrysanthemum or jasmine tea?