After chatting with friends I decided to take down the Character Art page. I’ll have it back up when my book is actually out, but for now it’s just me getting ahead of myself. Also, I’d rather have fully colored pieces on show, and not sketches. The Ink Abstracts will remain up and I will post more of those and some of my photography, but I’ll save characters for when everyone will have a book to identify them with.

I was going to write a far, far longer post about all of this, but the internet was out for two days in my building because of the snow storm here in New York.

The good thing about the storm: there’s a car parked on my sidewalk. Well, “parked” is a generous way to put it; it’s on my sidewalk. From the looks of it, someone was trying to turn at my corner but failed and nearly drove straight into my building. And–of course–I’m really glad they didn’t crash, but leaving my place earlier at 4:30 AM and finding a car on my corner, mere feet from the edge of my building, was pretty interesting. A better way to wake up than coffee, I think.

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Louis Santiago

I'm a fantasy writer based in New York. One of my short stories, "Aixa the Hexcaster," was published at Mirror Dance Fantasy. You can read it here:

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