Category: art

Pool of Tears

It took me three Sundays to get here, between falling Alices, psychedelic corridors, glass tables, drink-me bottles and eat-me cakes. Today we properly step out from chapter 1, even if we already did that (the scenes where Alice grows up are, in fact, in Chapter 2). At the beginning of Chapter 2, we see the […]

The Buried Moon

I recently became the patron of an amazing bard I met on Instagram, Dawn Nelson a.k.a. DD storyteller, whose main gig is – in her own words – «connecting people with nature, history and the landscape that surrounds them, through storytelling». She’s amazing. The website is here, though she mostly communicates through her Patreon. She […]