I am workshopping my graphic novel through a weekly online serial. So far… we have been witnessed a crime: Looked at the original headlines: I’ve introduced my involvement (more to … Continue reading Celebrating 95 pages with a vulnerability hangover…
My Molly site mollygraphicnovel.com launches with Part 1A on Sunday. The work is presented in an experimental form. I will simply allow the creative process to unfold. THIS WEEKLY SERIAL … Continue reading My weekly serial format serves as a means to workshop the graphic novel…
Look for Part 1A on January 15, 2017 MOLLY- A TRUE CRIME ANALYSIS at mollygraphicnovel.com An analysis in 5-acts. … to dissolve the very boundaries between fact and fiction, life … Continue reading MOLLY, my true crime online graphic novel serial, launches in 1 month!
How do you escape from a convincing story? After enough repetitions, the facts come to serve the story and not the other way around. – Errol Morris I began working … Continue reading Molly- a true crime analysis, a visual serial goes online January 15!
Working notes, Molly, a True Crime Analysis
My passion project, Molly- a true crime analysis, centres around a 63 year old Vancouver cold case. On January 15, 1953, the skeletal remains of two children were found in the … Continue reading Embroidered drawings and forensic taphonomy
I have been on a bit of blog-haitus of late. Just experienced an amazing pull back into the past as a dear friend spent 9 days here visiting from Sweden. … Continue reading Autopsy and the somewhat autobiographical nature of my graphic novel
— I am making available 10 hand-embroidered prints entitled Who is it that can tell me who I am? featuring an original image from my graphic novel, Molly. — — The … Continue reading Limited edition hand-embroidered print sale #graphicnovel
So the theme of the month of May was, according to the Power Path, NEW ALIGNMENT. We have been shaken, rattled, taken apart, and sideswiped by the unexpected. We have … Continue reading ART SALE: Graphic Novel Paper Dress and Update
I know that my heart will be forever in this suspended animation, as I live entwined in their circumstance. Molly, a graphic novel —
— See there- my Molly, in death- so white Coming clothed in flowers, entering the night. My fate, through her eyes, is being foretold My dreams, my wounds, my joys … Continue reading Molly, my Molly, has acknowledged the past. #graphicnovel
Several developments since I last mentioned Molly. This work infuses my life in every way. I am currently editing the manuscript and working on releasing instalment 1 as a … Continue reading January 15, 1953. Stanley Park, Vancouver. #coldcase