To celebrate the Minnesota Vikings making the playoffs, I’ve posted a new picture to the Image Gallery.
I’ve added a picture to the Image Gallery. It’s an illustration of the main characters in Book II, Canto I of my Snow Queene poem.
I’ve posted a new picture to the Image Gallery–one which combines my enthusiasm for Disney’s Frozen and for Pixar’s Inside Out.
I’ve added an image gallery to the site, where I plan to post all my Frozen visual artwork, along with descriptions of how and why I created it.
For the first time in forever, I’m posting a new canto! The second canto (chapter) of Book I of The Snow Queene is now available. If you love Anna as much as I do, you’ll like this canto, because she’s the narrator.
I have posted the first canto (like a first chapter) of Book II of the Snow Queene. Whereas, Book I retells the story of Frozen, Book II retells the story of Sleeping Beauty, framed by a story of my own invention about Anna and Elsa’s journey to Faerie land.
I have posted my first canto (like a first chapter) of The Snow Queene, my retelling of Frozen in the style of Edmund Spenser’s Faerie Queene. To read the canto, click here: Book I of the Snow Queene. To read more about the larger project of The Snow Queene, click here: The Snow Queene.
Welcome. This blog is dedicated to the poetic and visual art that I have created, inspired by Disney’s Frozen, my favorite movie. Much of the poetry is in the style of Edmund Spenser, one of my favorite poets and my namesake.