Author Archives: Larry Gets Lost

Larry Gets Lost in Seattle, Tenth Anniversary Edition

It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years and 21 (or so) books since the publication of the first Larry book, Larry Gets Lost in Seattle.   Since then Larry has been lost in Alaska, Texas, history, the ocean, points … Continue reading

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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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