(OKAY WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT I’D GET THIS ASK ONE DAY AAAAAAaaaaaaaaahhH)
Here I was panicking and asking myself which of my shitty works someone would want to permanently adorn their body, but now I guess you mean that terribly old two-panel comic? Oh god, okay, oh god. Um, you have my blessing. And if you really go through with it, I’d be glad if you could take pictures to satisfy my curiosity!
That’s all. Go ahead, I’m so overwhelmed, thank you for asking for permission first!
Oh, I’m glad you enjoyed it! Few people know about Tanith Lee and I think she deserves so much more attention. If you liked “White as Snow” and could handle the disturbing scenarios, try Vivia - since it’s out of print, I got a used hardcover, so maybe you can find it on amazon or ebay? Or even in your local library. Not my favourite of hers, but you will recognize the themes, I guarantee you. (ancient bat god-prince living underground saving the sulky princess and turning her into his vampire bride? but this time consensually I mean come on)
Hope that helps! :>
Aaaaaaah, thank you so much! I haven’t, but I’ve read about it and have to admit that I find most modern retellings of myths somewhat… problematic, as they tend to be very americanized. Though I give every author a chance (I even read Everneath, which I definitely can not recommend after all), so thank you for the suggestion, I’ll see if I can get my hands on a reading sample!
Domestic and fluffy chthonics, yas! There’s more to come, I promise.
Because cute people have been wondering: on that newest fanart, Persephone is eating a loukouma (λουκουμάς), a Greek snack typically sold at beaches, of which many variations exist! The most common versions are small balls of fried dough soaked in honey or, the one seen here, a kind of monstrous doughnut sprinkled with sugar.