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    Thanks. Most of the work went into that pile of...

    Thanks. Most of the work went into that pile of CD Magazines. Back in the 1990s, in several issues, it was just me. I knew because Rich would send me three stories to do, and then a week later, send...
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    What I mean is I don't "buy" them. The library is...

    What I mean is I don't "buy" them. The library is usually my first choice. The contributor copies just arrived in the mail, for free! A new Gaiman, a new Delany, or Le Guin? Those I purchase.
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    My Contributor Copies

    Except for Gaiman, Delany and Le Guin, I don't really collect books. I do collect contributor copies, though. Here is almost everything from CD where I had either illustrations or stories within....
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    Interestingly, I was asked to do three extra...

    Interestingly, I was asked to do three extra interior illustrations for the LRB edition - and was given free reign on what I wanted to draw, which was very nice - but when I recently got my...
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    I have been a fan of Edward Hopper since I was a...

    I have been a fan of Edward Hopper since I was a kid, and in art school I studied his work and technique. Even today I still paint in oils like him. Any venue that brings good art to new audiences is...
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    I have always been open to selling my...

    I have always been open to selling my illustration work. People usually contact me directly. If there is a particular one from an old CD magazine , or from a particular book, I can tell you if I...
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    I have several archival boxes piled up in my...

    I have several archival boxes piled up in my studio, stuffed with original magazine and book illustrations I did for CD from the early 1990s through 2010 or so, plus work for Subterranean, Weird...
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    No, sorry. I stopped doing genre illustration...

    No, sorry. I stopped doing genre illustration work a few years ago (well, except for a little bit for my White Noise Press imprint). These days I am concentrating on traditional oil painting and...
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    The thing is, at that time I didn't yet have the...

    The thing is, at that time I didn't yet have the equipment to create digital art files, so I had the painting photographed professionally and sent as a 3x5" transparency. The painting itself was...
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    I remember sending an art file of a painting I...

    I remember sending an art file of a painting I did specifically for the OD-AE portfolio. I never saw the finished product, not even sure the portfolio of art was ever done.
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    That B&B is in my hometown of Staunton! Kind of...

    That B&B is in my hometown of Staunton! Kind of near my house as a matter of fact. I hope you stopped into the Swan bookstore on W. Beverley in town.
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    I still get infrequent queries about Lifetime...

    I still get infrequent queries about Lifetime Subscriptions to the line of chapbooks offered by White Noise Press. We have never offered it, and never will. Our strict policy is to only offer an item...
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    Nothing. Silence = focus. I can have the current...

    Nothing. Silence = focus. I can have the current sentence scribbling on the pad while the next three are already forming in my head. Drawing and painting, though, is mindless. I crank up YES, RUSH,...
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