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About meI'm an artist living in the greater Seattle area.

About my libraryI'm still adding, but most of my books are art books, or fantasy. In particular I like modern fairy tales, or mythic fiction, or whatever the trendy term for it is these days. Basically stuff of fairy tales happening in our modern world to normal, everyday, people. I like most of the authors and illustrators associated with these kinds of books.


Favorite authorsHolly Black, Neil Gaiman, Tanya Huff, Tanith Lee, Charles de Lint, Patricia A. McKillip (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresElliott Bay Book Company (Seattle), Powell's City of Books (Portland), Third Place Books

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Member sinceOct 6, 2008

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