Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong (shadesong) wrote,
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Oh, shit.

Lea Hernandez, creator of the incredibly beautiful steampunk graphic novels Cathedral Child and Clockwork Angels as well as other works, and all-around nifty person, has suffered a house fire. House is gone. All humans survived... but she lost six pets. And, well, everything else she owned.

Her posts are here and here. Reprinted with permission:

You have my permission to post my PayPal email, which is

Right now, crass be damned, money is what we need so we can go buy clothes and shoes and replace my computer and art supplies so I can work. (Yes, I need to work.) And we will likely be in a rental for at least a month, since half the house will need to be rebuilt, and our insurance only pays so much for that. (Bless Roxanna Rubio, who wrote our insurance payments into our house payments!)

PLEASE DON'T SEND CLOTHES, we don't have any place to put them! Donate them locally, you could very well be helping someone in our situation.

Also crass be damned, Girl's Nintendo DS was slagged. So, you know. It's a thing, but she loved that thing.

The Red Cross has come and gone and we have air matteresses and referrals and money to replace our scrips and get everyone a nice pair of pants and some shoes.

I'll be on and off all day. Feel free to email Lisa Jonte (see how I make free with your email, Lisa!) lrjonte @ arcanumvisual . com for my ground address if ou need it.

And that's it for now. I have to go see if I have some shoes and a pair of pants so I can go to Wal-Mart.

THANK YOU ALL for your good wishes. I am holding you very close to my heart.

Comic creator = no insurance, man. And everything gone. Please help.

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