I’ve only carved a jack-o’-lantern once before. But I figured I’d make a fool of myself for Esther’s sake this year.
Of course, as those of you who are parents could have predicted, she was more fascinated by the newspapers we spread out on the floor to catch the mess than the pumpkin-carving process itself.
Still, I like the result.
“Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present.”
It’s brilliant. Wish I had thought of it first.
Reminds me of the art project I describe in my Simulacrum script.
The moment when you can see your grandparents’ features in your child’s face is amazing.
The human race endures.
Thought I’d post the cover art for two magazines with my stories in them. Really beautiful pieces, and I’m thrilled to be associated with them.
The January issue of Clarkesworld (“Tying Knots” is in it).
And the February issue of Lightspeed (“Simulacrum” is in it — scheduled for February 15).
Glad I have this picture to remember my old Power Mac G5. It was a great machine.
Lisa’s photo series, American Families, was shown via projector at America Remixed, “[a] celebration of The New MFA and the opening of the Art of the Americas Wing.” Now that was a cool sight.
A few pictures:
Took this the other morning when I was going to work. Just liked the way it looked.