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Monthly Archives: March 2019
Here’s what’s coming to Patreon in March

Filed under Works in Progress

Patreon line-up for March Here we are in March. You can go back outside soon. If you’re not sure why Patreon has become so important to me, you can read all about that here. Yeah. That was depressing, wasn’t it? So let me try to cheer you up with the rewards my Patrons will receive this month.

March 6 (for Patrons at $5 and above)

Chapter 6 of the first draft for a sequel to Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom. This final chapter advances the plot – all the pieces are now in place – but this is the point where I set it aside, for reasons I explain in the notes.

March 13 (for Patrons at $15 and above)

Two print-resolution Celtic knotwork borders at greeting card size, with transparent areas inside the borders. If you have image editing software you can place your own picture or message inside the border. (These are for personal use only.)

March 20 (for Patrons at $10 and above)

Six scanned pages from The Well-Dressed Clairseach, a book of designs and techniques for decorating Celtic harps. I worked on this in 1986 but never completed it. Only a few pages have been seen before now.

March 27 (for Patrons at $1 and above)

Ten covers, dating from 1981 to 1985, for Runestaff – the sometimes monthly, sometimes bimonthly newsletter of the Barbarian Freehold Alliance. I was the Runestaff’s editor through most of those years, and I nearly always drew the covers. You’ll see a selection of the ones I like best. So, as usual, $15 patrons will see something every week while the rest will see one, two, or three updates. I hope you enjoy them! Please consider helping me to continue my creative work and deal with the financial aftermath of cancer
 
 
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