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Megan M. and the Camera Rig of Doom

by Megan M. on November 21, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |


Subject Lines Are For Wimps

by Megan M. on November 20, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |

A tidbit from before last night’s festivities:


Freak Revolution: Manifesto Launch

by Megan M. on September 28, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |

In September I had the pleasure of designing the very exciting, very poignant Freak Revolution Manifesto, which was released today on the Freak Revolution website. You’ll notice that in addition to the manifesto, Pace and Kyeli also have some free desktop wallpaper on that page—a gorgeous digital painting put together by the fantabulous Martin Whitmore [...]


Today, I am killing What-Ifs. I started the week picking them of at a distance. Ping. Pyew. Pzam. Way off on the horizon I could see their little heads exploding. It took almost no effort. Zing. Zow. Their tiny silhouettes crumpled, silent, too far away to see clearly. Today, they’re closer. They crawl up my [...]


Trial By Fire (Squared)

by Megan M. on August 13, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |

I’ve noticed that Seth gives one piece of advice in many different situations (though probably not exclusively). When he offers it for group projects, it goes a little bit like this: Set an imminent deadline. Shoot for a month or so—but don’t set it too far out, because the energy might lull. I agree with [...]


Where Work Meets Play

by Megan M. on August 3, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |

In the process of settling my profile page at Todd McCaffrey’s new BigEep world-changing community, I read over my personal information and realized that suddenly, after all this time, SF/Fantasy cons look out of place. Surrounded by so many pastimes that are more meaningful to me, it seems almost like I should take SF/Fantasy cons [...]


(I know I said I’d do this several days ago. Aggiecon was more time-intensive than I expected, and Austin has beseiged me with allergens. But aren’t you just bonkers excited that I’m here now?) I’ve bought prints in the past, mostly when I was trying to make my 9-to-5 office an enjoyable place to work. [...]