Saturday, June 19, 2010



Just finished up my gallery from last weekend's fun at the Figment Festival! Very glad I decided to go, even though it didn't get off to the most auspicious start (my fault, I made an incorrect assumption about where to catch the ferry, which resulted in a very long walk through a part of the Brooklyn Bridge Park that is decidedly Not Yet Open For Business) - it was a lot of fun!

Full gallery (included a video snippet of Tim & Kate setting up) here.

Definitely past my bedtime, but I figured if I didn't get this done tonight, it was likely to just get swept away by the coming mermaid inundation!


Carol Anne said...

You know, Bonnie, you really ought to go and get your blog banned in China. Then you wouldn't have to put up with this stuff.

bonnie said...

What do I have to do to make that happen? Repeated jokes about Chinese spam obviously isn't strong enough!

Carol Anne said...

I'm a teacher. Teachers from the outside world are not trusted in China. If I were to go there, I would not be allowed off the plane (or boat) unless I signed a pledge not to attempt to teach while there.

Also, at one point, I put up a lot more politically-oriented material than I do now -- that may have been a factor.

Meanwhile, if you work for a children's book company, maybe you could emphasize the educational nature of what you do, and see if that pushes the Chinese censors' buttons.

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