Donna K. Fitch delights in connecting bits of knowledge and discovering processes she never knew existed. She enjoys words, real and invented. Since childhood, she's hungrily devoured both fiction and nonfiction, written a fair amount of both, and cataloged and directed people toward the same. Inspired by her technical illustrator and watercolorist grandfather, Donna draws and constructs papercrafts and graphic designs, and lusts after vibrant color. She heard about the Web in the mid-'90s, … Read More about About Donna
Mark’s life has gotten complicated. On top of his blackouts and visions of desperate pursuit by Yankee bushwhackers through a Southern forest, his wife Janet’s accidental revelation rocked his confidence in their relationship. She wants him to consult her psychic ex-boyfriend Daniel about the visions. His suicidal father claims their family is cursed. His sister […]
Now disgraced, Richard Davisson was once celebrated in newspapers and dime novels for his daring exploits apprehending mail train robbers. Then, he was falsely accused of collusion with the robber he couldn’t apprehend. Now he’s trying to start over with a new name, an office job and marriage to the boss’ daughter. However, there’s a small […]
A novella and three short stories that subvert your view of everyday life. Quantum Critique: Does criticism of a painting literally destroy it? Red Guitar: A cherished gift changes the future. Detour: A peaceful walk with your grandfather may evoke memories you’d rather not experience firsthand. The Color of Darkness: Ever notice the patterns of […]
Learn about the rich culture of Indian music as you explore dramatic and exuberant combinations of colors with pen, pencil or crayon, inspired by the Indian name accompanying each intricate drawing. These dynamic and detailed lotus designs are ideal for the experienced colorist.