Interplanetary TransSpecies Edition
Cray cray coyote he slip back into the bay nay Behaviors that the norm form Norman broadcast To the listless listeners at campfire places What dug the word the dance of the two-bit Trickster whose name was fame, Naah.
Illustrated by Jerry Allison with engaging silhouettes.
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About the Author
Like Coyote, Lopez collects masks and bits of ruined technology. And, like Coyote, through her errors and greed, she points out the perils of selfishness in a limited world. Unlike Coyote, she can control her drooling and her odd sexual urges. She divides her time between west Tucson and south Tucson, Arizona, with occasional trips to her two-room den in North Tucson. She is an international sophisticate who only expresses herself locally. In a moment of weakness she put her info on Facebook and Urinepost.
Jerry Allison writes: As an important part of my art work, I have kept a daily visual diary for more than thirty years. Sometimes the images relate to events of my day, to my dreams, or to current events in the encompassing world. Often they are done as automatic drawings with no planning or preconceived images in mind. The hand begins to move, and out of a cobweb of lines, an image emerges.
On October 21, 2012, my visual diary was taken over by the spirit of Coyote. Since that date, I have been in a partnership with Coyote through which he reveals himself to the modern world. Not the common coyote of woods, fields, suburban backyards, and dense urban areas, but Coyote the Trickster, the Shape Shifter, the Holy Buffoon.
Please visit my website (coyotesdream.com) to learn more about this partnership. I am working towards a hard copy publication of The Coyote Drawings and see it as a multi-volume publication.
I am pleased and honored to collaborate with the mysterious Yulalona Leelanee Lopez, someone else possessed by Coyote.