abstract art aegis airplanes aliens amphibians anatman angel of death angel-of-death angels ants asimov homage asimov-homage avahārakalikāranirvāņa axlotl badgers and badgering badgers-and-badgering bad potato balloon minerals bankers banshees barbie bats battlesuits bears (bounding - gelatinous - polar - scary - winged - etc.) bears-(bounding-gelatinous-polar-scary-winged-etc.) bees belshazzar bethany bidge boar bob books boring trees bounding bears boxes breakfast cereal breakfast-cereal broderick buddha-call burroughs homage burroughs-homage cain and/or cocaine cain-and/or-cocaine calliope canada cartography castle categorization cats centipedes central ceph et cetera cerycur chanya chaos cheney chimerae chimney christmas-sama claire claus cloud-shrugging zeus cloud-shrugging-zeus cockatrices coming back to life coming-back-to-life confucianism contemner contemners cookies coretta's lion coretta's-lion cow cows and mad cow disease cows-and-mad-cow-disease coyote coyotes crocodiles cronos c.-s.-lewis-homage cylons cynosures damnation daniel danielle daoist incantations daoist-incantations death demeter demons devadatta disco dogs dracula dragons drowning in a metaphor or state drowning-in-a-metaphor-or-state drowning in dry beans drowning in the chaos drowning-in-the-chaos drowning in the earth drowning-in-the-earth duck ducks (including the rubber ducks) ducks-(including-the-rubber-ducks) dukkha dukkha call dukkha-call dunsany homage dunsany-homage early liril early-liril earth-shaker poseidon earth-shaker-poseidon earthworms easter bunny easter-bunny eggs elephants elm hill elm-hill eloah elohim emily eritrea evasive a evasive-a fairies faith familiars fang of z'al fenrir fetches fiends filchers filial piety filial-piety fire firewood firvuli fish footsoldiers forbidden-a forest frankenstein's monster frankenstein's-monster frogs furniture ge gelatinous bears gelatinous-bears ghouls giants gibbelins ginette gingerbread people gingerbread-people giraumons goats (including both sticky and heroic goats) goats-(including-both-sticky-and-heroic-goats) god-defying lightbringing yama king god-defying-lightbringing-yama-king gongluestuck trees gonshuckt trees grangler grasshoppers great bear great-bear hades halldis hans hard gums heaps helen of troy helen-of-troy hell hera hero histories homage hooks hope hopping vampire hopping-vampire immortality imps including the rubber ducks iphigenia iraq war iraq-war iris island of the centipede 1 island-of-the-centipede-1 island of the centipede 2 island of the centipede 3 island of the centipede 3 interlude island of the centipede 4 island of the centipede 5 island-of-the-centipede-5 island of the centipede prologue

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)