Author Archives: Larry Gets Lost

The Inside Story, Tomorrow Night

I’ll be appearing at the Bellevue University Book Store to discuss A Ticket to the Pennant. Hope to see you there!

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Trigger Warning, Issue 2

The second issue of Trigger Warning, our modest online short fiction magazine, is live (or undead) just in time for Halloween with an all-horror issue. Sweet Dreams Last month we turned to Preston Lerner for a humorous light hearted tale, A … Continue reading

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Live Illustration Demo

This Saturday, October 3rd I’ll be doing a live demonstration and book signing at the University Book Store in Seattle. Here’s the roster of all the artists that will be there for Illustrator Day. I’m appearing from 1 to 2 pm. … Continue reading

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Trigger Warning Short Fiction

Recently I’ve had the pleasure of working on a fun project (far removed from Larry Gets Lost) with a lot of talented people. It’s called Trigger Warning Short Fiction, a Twilight Zone-ish collection of short stories by various writers. All … Continue reading

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No Sleep, part 2

Another illustration inspired by the monthly winner of Reddit’s r/NoSleep story contest. Read the story here.

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I-90 Floating Bridge, 1955

This is one of my favorite spreads from A Ticket to the Pennant, a children’s book I’m working on set in south Seattle of 1955. It features the iconic Indeginious-meets-moderne facade at the west end of the I-90 floating bridge. It was designed … Continue reading

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No Sleep

It’s a little early for Halloween, but for a soon-to-be-announced project I’ve been reading a lot of horror stories and I recently discovered the perverse joys of Reddit’s NoSleep, where authors post scary original stories online. Content-wise it’s about as … Continue reading

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