Kevin Spenst asks people to send him illustrations and he's write a short stories inspired by them. Last week he asked me to send him one of my drawings and he wrote a story titled "Decapitated Daydreams."
"I mean we put up these ads with little robotic armed kids holding hands with Sue the Tooth or Gee-Whiz I Don't Have a Body Giraffe, but the root of all this is suffering. When I saw the Godfather and there was the scene with the decapitated horse I almost pooped my pants. I knew that I could have a whole line of animals without bodies. You zoom onto stuff like that and you'll strike it rich."Link