I bought this lovely and hilarious drawing in Seattle a couple of years ago, and I could have sworn I even blogged about the artist, but now I can’t find the post in my own archives (an argument for tagging my posts more effectively, I realize) and the drawing itself is not signed. The caption: “Lillian Forsythe: this enchanting creature has the foul mouth of a sailor.” Does anyone recognize the artist, or remember me talking about her?
And in other things y’all can help me with: I note with a certain amount of trepidation, but also pleasure, that a short article about me is shortly to appear in the library’s newsletter, which goes out to approximately a zillion people, all of whom will be informed that they can come over to sararyan.com to find out more about my life as a writer. As you all know, mostly what you get here is odd photos, often of the cat; short, elliptical posts; the occasional recipe; random bouts of sadness; and ever so occasionally, something longer and more substantive. I feel like when folks stop by who’ve read the article (assuming they do) I should have a post up that’s, you know, writer-y. But what on earth should it be about? I beseech you, my Internet friends. Comics writing vs. prose? Writing for teens? Writing about The Gay? Something about my “process”? Other? I’m taking requests. Thanks in advance for all suggestions!