Halloween, change of seasons, pumpkin patches...
This month has been so busy, I haven't been able to blog it all.
Will post about Foo Fighters, Scream Awards and My Chem soon enough on the Furrytiger
blog, but over here at Neverwear, I want to cover my trip to the midwest with Mister Christopher Salmon,
director of the much-anticipated film, THE PRICE.
Princess has special water privileges:
we took some footage from the cherry picker:
i had not yet seen the new edition of THE GRAVEYARD BOOK, i love it, simple and elegant, Neil holds it here:
Christopher got a terrific interview with Neil in his writing gazebo:
took several walks in the woods, daytime and nighttime, can't wait to see what Christopher puts together from this trip:
we went to Quiche's roller derby bout and sat behind the "suicide" line, those ladies were fierce...
we cheered for Stunt Double and Arm n' Slam'er and Hell O'Dolly and Velveteen Rogue and all the rest--
(*special shout out to Wright Around Ya from the Harbor City team, what a flashy minx)
oh, the male refs were all over it:
a Very Happy Bout production manager, QuicheMeDeadly with our Boss:
with all apologies to Joan of Dark, Pretty Vicious had to alter her Naptown shirt to reflect the Chippewa Valley Roller Girls!
the real laughs came when we had to fill the cars with the left-over beer:
the next day we did some Bengal investigating at Quiche's Spooky House:
look at King Lear, he has almost no worry left on his royal face, he actually stood on my lap while being fed:
many thanks to Chauffeur Hans for getting us to and from the airport--
a few Neverwear newsflashs:
* many sincere heartfelt thanks to all who made Trevor's Treasure Chest auction a success. He will be needing more support as the bills continue to pile up, I plan on posting some more very rare items on ebay for him, my seller name Kitty9thLife,
please take note!
one item will be the Last Angel silkscreen print by Craig Thompson (super-rare!)
here is our Trevor holding one:
and finally the Molly Crabapple-illustrated print of Neil's haunting poem DESERT WIND is slated to rise in price from $38.00
to $50.00 on November 1st. So! get yours now before the price increase.
BUY THEM HERE
Also, I do have a few signed-by-Neil DESERT WINDS as well, they will go up to $100.00 on November 1st--SIGNED PRINTS ARE HERE.
Next post will be after I accompany Neil to the World Fantasy Con, down in San Diego and the not-quite-yet sold-out NEIL AND AMANDA Halloween date in Los ANgeles 10/31 at the Wilshire Ebell.
For tickets, go here.
Happy Halloween, you lovely ghouls and goblins...I am going to be a Wish-Granter.
I promise to make your wishes come true...