What a year, huh?
I’m popping back onto this site for what is becoming my one-post-per-year, partly to distract myself from the 2020 presidential election count, and to mention a few creative projects:
I’ve been busy most of this year with launching and running a fiction podcast: The Godfrey Audio Guide. It’s the audio tour for a fictional museum, which is something in between the Getty Museum and the Winchester Mystery House. You can find it at anchor.fm/the-godfrey-audio-guide or in most major podcast apps. I started working on it long before the pandemic hit, but it’s been a creative lifeline with all my other artistic projects on indefinite hold until the United States can get its shit together regarding the coronavirus.
But I digress.
If you give it a listen and want to support the show financially, you can do so via our Patreon: patreon.com/thegodfreyaudioguide. You can also follow the show on both Twitter and Instagram @thegodfreyguide.
And on another creative note, I wrote a (very) short story for Slighly Unsettling Stories, Volume III, called “Muscle. Memory.”:
The collection is a series of short stories inspired by corresponding illustrations. All of the illustrations are by Mary Kershisnik, who is also the one who put the collection together in the first place. It’s available over at Amazon, as both an ebook and paperback.
That’s it. That’s the post.
I hope you all are staying safe and sane. Take a deep breath. Drink some water. Eat something tasty. Do something that brings you joy.
Take care of yourselves.