abstract art airplanes aliens amphibians anatman angels ants asimov homage bankers barbie bears (bounding - gelatinous - polar - scary - winged - etc.) bees belshazzar bethany bob boxes breakfast cereal broderick cain and/or cocaine cartography cats centipedes central chaos christmas-sama claire cloud-shrugging zeus coming back to life confucianism cookies cows and mad cow disease crocodiles cronos damnation death demeter demons devadatta dragons drowning in a metaphor or state drowning in the earth ducks (including the rubber ducks) dukkha dukkha call dunsany homage early liril earthworms eggs elephants elm hill emily evasive a fairies faith fenrir fetches fiends filial piety firewood fish frogs ge giants gibbelins gingerbread people goats (including both sticky and heroic goats) god-defying lightbringing yama king hades heaps helen of troy hero hooks hope iphigenia iraq war island of the centipede 1 island of the centipede 2 island of the centipede 3 island of the centipede 4 island of the centipede 5 jacob jacob's carpet jaguars jane jelly and the gelatinous jenna jesus jewels john kings of unforgivable dominions lambs and lamb-like entities lavelwods (snavering and otherwise) legend of ink catherly lemurs and lemuria lenses lia and amiel liril love lovecraft homage magic a magical bears magic carpets martin mathematics max maya mei ming melanie melomids meredith mer nymphs micah mini-people monster monsters morgan mr. brown mr. clay mr. kong mr. schiff mrs. schiff mummies mylitta nabonidus necessity ninjas that are probably not buddhas noah's ark norse myths ogres owls parrots and suspiciously parrot-like entities (except siggorts) persephone pirates ponies princes and princesses priyanka rabbits ragged things rahu and ketu rain realistic a red mary relevant removing stars robots sailor moon saints santa claus saul scary bears sea serpents seraphim serpents shadow shadows sharks shelley ships shoulder angels shoulder demons sid siggort sirens slimy things spattlefunk spiders stepladder syndrome storyline sukaynah tara and her buddha pirates teddy bears the dancer the endless hungry void the good theology the roomba the stage the storm the thorn that does not kill tina titans tofu and other meatless alternatives tomatoes tower treasure wheel tunnels underside of the world underworld united states of america uri vatican verse vignette vincent visions werewolves white lion wishes witches yasodhara

The Monster (I/IV)
The Castle (III/IV)
Alan (II/IV)¹
If I Ran The Bay
Sunday (2 of 2)
Myths and Heroes (II/IV)
Remnants (III/IV)
Surrender (1 of 2)
Tunnel Rat (I/IV)
The Show (II/IV)
Questions and Answers (2 of 2)
The Breaking of the World
Priyanka (I/II)
At the Temple (II/II)
Random Genealogical Interjection
The Place Without Recourse (I/I)
The Dove (II/?)
The Chorus of Definition (1 of 1)
Hero and Monster (I/IV)
Mylitta’s Question (II/IV)
Belshazzar (III/IV)
Nabonidus’ Gods (IV/IV)
The Betrothal (V/?)
Why the Monster Laughs at God (1 of 1)
The Wind is Changing
Iphigenia (II/IV)
Sacrifice (3 of 4)
The Old Man of the Sea (1 of 2)
The Fable of the Lamb (1 of 2)
Tigers in their Cages (2 of 2)
Before He Was Cool (I/I)
“Why Can’t I Fix You?” (I/II)
“There are Stars in Your Eyes, Elli” (II/II)
Martin and Thess (II/III)
(Good Friday – Hitherby Annual #1 – I/I) Tre Ore
On the Endings of Stories (2 of 3)
The Ballad of Bushido Santa
“That Was Quick,” The Monster Said (I/III)
The False Enlightenment (II/III)
Scattered (III/III)
(April 1) What if the Tower Had a Different Cast?
Hitherby Annual #2 – Maundy Thursday (I/I)
The Nest of Mirror Pieces (5 of 5)
Ink Indestructible (I/I)
Ink and Abandonment (I/IV)
Ink Inappropriate (II/IV)
Ink Entomological (XIV/XVI)
Free (V/VII)
Stupid Words and their Stupid Power, Anyway (I/III)
Anthropomorphizing the Crucible (I/VII)
And the Birds Fall Dead (IV/VII)
Exposition Answers Emptiness with Digressions (V/VII)
“And Break.” (VI/VII)
Little Faces (VII/VII)
How Micah Fought the Monster
The Shepherdess (I/VII)
Later . . . (Ia/VII)
The Boundary Between Liril and the World (II/VII)
The Lion (V/VII)
“I will make you cry” (VI/VII)