I noticed this in my in – box today. I often wonder if these folk, if at all, notice or realise that we struggling artists aren’t millionaires? I’d love it if there were a network of book fairs that also included pricing that is more human than money grubbing. Sheer volume of requests would more tan make it worth the effort. Both the authors and the people running things would make money and everyone would be happy.
So, why don’t they try this approach?
Now, on to progress and such…
For the Pirates Corner – I’ve sent out the 1st five questions for my interviews. Here they are true believers and fans ~
1) What has been your most constant influence?
2) When did it hit you that you’d chosen the right path/profession?
3) What single work to date/job/piece would you point to as a defining moment in your art?
4) What would you list as a constant source of inspiration(s)?
5) What one aspect of your chosen field would you change?
For you lot – the exclusive look behind the scenes sans the tosh and waffle of fashion and the like – unless it’s cosplay, then we discuss because it’s part of the costume lark.
Do comment and let me know if there are any questions you have for future guest interviews…
I’m getting ready to have talks with Carol Hightshoe about the Silver Scales anthology.
Still waiting for Chaz to be available for chats on book covers and possibly going to cinema with the gang of usual suspects to see some new films!
Thinking of what I can do to raise the rest of the funds I’m wanting for more than one cover and book artist.
However, everything looks wondrous for getting Camden’s Follies and Elder Offensive to market/Book Stores!
Until next time ~
The Pirate Poet