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An interview with Tom Brown

Has art always been a passion of yours? When did you decide to become an artist?

Art has been a particular passion of mine almost as far back as I can recall. 1,706 more words


A monument departs

Well, geez. I go out of town for a few days, and the Easter Island Statue of Vermont media gets up and leaves.

Veteran Vermont journalist Mark Johnson announced Monday he will be leaving WDEV radio to take a position as senior reporter/editor at the online news site, VTDigger.

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The Media

Graphic Novel Review: The Raven's Child

What do you get when you take Katniss Everdeen, Batman, and a splash of Tim Burton and HP Lovecraft? You get The Raven’s Child, a new graphic novel from writer Thomas Sniegoski and artist Tom Brown. 552 more words

Comic Book Reviews

Assisting the artist

This week, The Raven’s Child comes out. It’s a graphic novel written by New York Times best selling author Thomas Sneigoski, and illustrated by my other half, the adorable and very talented Tom Brown. 496 more words


Of Salamandra and Sloth

What more, dear reader, should I say? Probably very little, but that has never stopped me before. Our search for a new home for Salamandra and the other denizens of Hopeless, Maine has come to a happy conclusion, and I am both pleased and proud to announce that henceforth  their adventures (misadventures, perils, etc. 307 more words


Summer Views

From deep in the American West (yes, I’m traveling again), here are some photos and very brief observations from the last two-three weeks that I’ve wanted to post…but haven’t found the time.  508 more words

Random DJB Thoughts

Celebrating Tom Brown

Regular readers of this blog will have spotted the frequent references to my husband and partner in crime, Tom Brown. It’s his birthday today, so it seemed like a good opportunity to devote a blog to him. 538 more words