Post by Jack Bohn Post by Dorothy J Heydt
And you forgot https://www.gocomics.com/breaking-cat-news/
by Georgia Dunn, who also does Swan-Eaters, only not recently.
She became ill a few months ago, and was able to continue BCN,
which she had to (she's under contract or something),
BCN does appear in newspapers.
That would explain it.
Post by Jack Bohn
I don't know the relative remuneration
between the web and print, but we can hope the work she has to do is the
one that brings in the most money.
Quite so. I don't think SE brings any money in at all.
Background, for those coming to this discussion late: about a
year ago now, Georgia vomited in her sleep and aspirated some of
the gunk into her lungs. She got prompt medical care--
antibiotics were mentioned-- and she was able to continue with
BCN (I don't know how much of a buffer she had, but BCN went on
without a hitch. But SE has been paused since then. Here's the
last page so far, which (as she pointed out) is a good pausing
Anyone with any spare reading time, I recommend you start at the
beginning and read on. It's just before the beginning of WWII,
and the family may or may not be Roma, but they live the
stereotypical "gypsy" life, travelling in wagons, telling
fortunes, (some of them) performing magic, and stealing on
occasion. There are some Nazis pursuing them, hampered by the
fact that the leader of the pack is terrified of Granny.
There's a family tree behind the "About" link on the top margin,
which you can consult when you find yourself quoting Spielberg,
"Who ARE these people?"
Dorothy J. Heydt
djheydt at gmail dot com