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Mall of Shadesong 
25th-Nov-2009 07:36 am
Pimpin' - yuki_onna
Welcome to the Mall of Shadesong!

Okay, here we go.

I have some immensely talented friends and readers.

There is a major shopping spree coming up for most of you.

These, to my mind, are two great tastes that taste great together.

So! Writers, artists, musicians, et cetera, please pimp yourself in the comments below! Please include a link and a blurb. (If you do commissions, that's good to mention, too.) I'll organize and repost in categories on Monday.

People shopping for $WINTERHOLIDAY - shop here! Give your money to a starving artist, not Wal-Mart.

So. Hit me!

(Click the tag for last year's mall!)
Comments 
25th-Nov-2009 12:44 pm (UTC)
You still have come up with some of the coolest uses of lj I've ever seen. Just sayin'.

Pimping my novel! 17th-century slipstream, with theatre, madness, thieves, and all that fun stuff!

Shiny reviews here! (Scroll waaaay down.)
25th-Nov-2009 12:45 pm (UTC)
I have fun. :)
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25th-Nov-2009 01:02 pm (UTC)
I make art that tells stories.

"[Her linocuts] have a bold, stark, historical flavor with strong stylization and symbolism. The watercolor pictures are softer, dreamier, full of super-saturated colors common to many forms of African and African-American art: rich melting browns, deep golds and earthy reds, jungle-leaf greens, limpid blues. Most of the subjects are women, or nature, or some combination of the two; urban imagery is also common, sometimes overlapping the others. Many pictures are surreal, symbolic, allegoric; others are closer to realistic. These are the dimpled footprints left by one artist's walk through life."

I sell my paintings and prints on Etsy...and I also do commissions! To see more, check out therebirthofme!
25th-Nov-2009 01:52 pm (UTC)
Check out her art-- it made me jump.
25th-Nov-2009 01:07 pm (UTC)
I sell daydream-inspired jewelry on Etsy. Monday will be the last day of my huge November sale. http://possibledaydreams.etsy.com
25th-Nov-2009 03:35 pm (UTC)
Okay, realistically probably Thursday or Friday will be the last day of my huge November sale, because I'm defending my dissertation on Wednesday and won't have time to de-sale stuff before then :)
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25th-Nov-2009 01:16 pm (UTC)
Interior Design student here! Will work for free, provided I have permission to keep snapshots for my portfolio. I realize distance may be difficult to circumvent, but if I can get pictures of the space you're trying to re-work I will make suggestions by email and await photos of the results. This is my passion and I'm good at it, so pick my brain! Contact me at laurapyrzynski@gmail.com
25th-Nov-2009 01:18 pm (UTC)
Every week I have Too Much Challah. I'm told it's better than Cheryl Ann's. :) By default, I can offer a dozen rolls or one six-strand challah every week for $3 (made from 500g of challah dough); I'd prefer that you come get it (in Medford). If I get enough commissions (see below) I could do delivery.

Usual ingredients: white all-purpose wheat flour, white whole wheat flour, eggs, water, canola oil, agave syrup, turbinado sugar, yeast, salt.

I will take commissions for additional loaves. I can adapt to use honey, white sugar, all white flour, regular whole wheat flour, higher proportion of white wheat flour, vegan, gluten-free flour mix (baked in a loaf pan; one can't braid GF bread). But note that the GF bread will be exposed to gluteny stuff. If I get lots of commissions in the Cambridge/Somerville/Medford/Belmont/Watertown area, I'll spend a couple of hours Friday midday doing deliveries.

Edited at 2009-11-25 01:43 pm (UTC)
25th-Nov-2009 02:40 pm (UTC)
Oooh, I'd love a six-strand loaf for a party I'm hosting on the 13th of Dec.
25th-Nov-2009 01:31 pm (UTC)
The Mermaid's Madness just came out last month. If anyone feels like giving a copy of one of my books as a Christmas gift, contact me and I'll send you a signed bookplate to go with it. (U.S. only, I'm afraid.)
25th-Nov-2009 01:33 pm (UTC)
Nayiri: http://nayiri.myshopify.com/
Awesome handmade blank books using recycled record covers-best ones in Ann Arbor and elsewhere.

Bayou Salvage: Beautiful cuffs, clothes and accesssories by a local NOLA artist-and she does plus sizes too! Very beautiful, fae and affordable.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/bayousalvage

Dreaming Squid: Ornaments and wonderful art dolls from RI-plus, lovecraftian tree goodies!:http://www.etsy.com/shop/DreamingSquid

Liv Rainey-Smith: Gorgeous art from Portland; check her shop for prints and ACEOs
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Raineysmith

Nanopod: Tosca Hidalgo y Terran makess beautiful bioform glass and silver pretties:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/nanopod

Element and Artifact
http://www.etsy.com/shop/stardust

...and of course, Sihaya and Wyrding.
25th-Nov-2009 01:50 pm (UTC)
I sell buttons/badges and bumper stickers at Nancy Buttons.

There's a 5000 slogan list, developed for fandom for over 30 years: puns, geekery, wiseass....

I do custom buttons.

I'll be at Darkover this weekend. It's a fantasy con with an esoteric track and very good music.

"I knit so that I don't kill people"

"I gave my books their own room. Now they want the whole house."

"It's not a small world. It's a big world that's folded over a lot."

"Follow that car, Godzilla, and step on it!"
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25th-Nov-2009 01:50 pm (UTC)
My novel: YA, steampunk, speculative fiction.

;)
25th-Nov-2009 01:51 pm (UTC)
Sihaya Designs Jewelry! My winterholiday items just went live, and there are still plenty left!
25th-Nov-2009 01:54 pm (UTC)
I do custom, non-traditional dreamcatchers for the non-traditional dreamer. I have many designs in my shop as well and if none of those work for you I'm also happy to do custom work.

Here's a link to photos of every dreamcatcher I've created.

And here's the shop: Catch A Dream
25th-Nov-2009 03:02 pm (UTC)
beautiful work! I think I know a few folks who might like one of those for the holidays. :)
25th-Nov-2009 02:16 pm (UTC) - Hope this isn't too long...
"Aaron's art is like a shotgun blast in the middle of the night. Something wakes you up and makes you wonder where the hell it came from."

~John Wick, Author of Legend of the Five Rings, Houses of the Blooded, and Shotgun Diaries.

An evocative and otherworldly collection of over 100 full color images from an emerging creator of fantasy, horror, and science fiction illustration. Acevedo's work, an unusual mix of traditional media and modern digital techniques, has won critical acclaim, including multiple Origins awards. This collection includes selections from many popular properties, including Call of Cthulhu, A Song Of Ice And Fire, Deadlands, Warlord, Legend of the Five Rings, Suzerain, and many more.

See aaronace.com for more details.
25th-Nov-2009 02:18 pm (UTC) - Re: Hope this isn't too long...
And the title of the book would be nice, I'm still half asleep... Tomorrowland: The Art of Aaron Acevedo. It's available as a pdf, softover, and casewrap hardcover.
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