The tribe that adopted Kali primarily worships Raviki, the sun bird. It’s been a long time since they heard from him, but he used to be a pretty big deal. In a literal sense.
I wanted to thank the folks that came out to my panel at ComicFest yesterday. In my typical cynical optimist way I was looking forward to it, but secretly believed nobody would show. Turns out, we filled over half the room! I was talking with the panel organizer, and apparently that was the most well attended panel of the entire weekend. Wow! I am honored and humbled that so many of you joined Josh and I to talk about life and writing and how the Lone Starving Artist Myth MUST DIE.
Josh recorded the whole thing, so as soon as I get a link from him I will post it so those of you that would like to hear our talk can do so at your convenience.
In the meantime: Very tired I to the sleepy time must go.
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