Pursuit of Polymath

I’ve been called a Renaissance woman, a Heinlein girl, and asked many times how I can reconcile my artistic tendencies with a passion for science. The reality is that I grew up with no barriers, no one telling me ‘you can’t do that because you’re a girl.’ I took to heart early, Heinlein’s words that… Read More Pursuit of Polymath

Art, fiction


Monday is not a kind day to me, this semester. After years of running a business where Monday was essentially my weekend (coming as it does after two-three days of performing) I have four classes and have to be ‘on’ from 8:30 to 9 for those classes. Which is why you’re going to start seeing… Read More Monday

Art, fiction

What do I want?

“What did I want? I wanted a Roc’s egg. I wanted a harem loaded with lovely odalisques less than the dust beneath my chariot wheels, the rust that never stained my sword,. I wanted raw red gold in nuggets the size of your fist and feed that lousy claim jumper to the huskies! I wanted… Read More What do I want?


The Door Into Summer

The dog and I are both looking for it, today. Heinlein’s classic tale of time travel, the hard way, inspired me to create a piece of art for a friend a while back, and I thought I would share today. The dragons are obviously not part of the story, but his dog – now ours… Read More The Door Into Summer