Lee Murray is a six-time winner of New Zealand’s Sir Julius Vogel Award for science fiction, fantasy and horror writing. She’s the author of monster thriller Into the Mist (Cohesion Press), and co-author (with Dan Rabarts) of the speculative crime-noir series The Path of Ra, releasing in 2017 from Raw Dog Screaming Press. She lives online at her website, and you can also catch up with her on Facebook and Twitter.
Precious Things: Lee Murray
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Sometimes, a simple case of metaphor works wonders. Superheroes fly, birds fly. The humour is simple, but in this case, I think it works.
Every year, crime runs rampant in Northern cities,
as superheroes fly South for the winter.
They’ve run down the Easter Bunny.
I have no excuse. It’s just bad.
One of these days, I’m going to sneak down to my local shopping centre with a can of spray paint and do this.
One of these days.
Back in the day when the TV show Pimp My Ride was a thing, I sketched this piece. Titled Pimp My Dalek, I intended the finished piece to be a painted artwork for entry into a Swancon fan art show. I don’t do Swancon any more, and I never got around to painting the work, so this plan is as close as I’ve ever come.
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One that made it as far as inking, but never went any further. All my faults are on display, here. All of them. Right there. Where everyone can see.
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