Hi. It's Courtney. I'm here: email@example.com.|
My band, The Autopilot Dojo, is here: AutopilotDojo.com.
My grandfather's page is here, and political page here.
Other sites: CardPirate.com...and...WAGBOG.com
BLOGS (no password needed):
Michael Jackson (June 26, 2009).
Swine Flu (April 30, 2009).
Get a password for the journal entries: here.
The answer to each question is last name only, all lowercase.
And your browser has to allow pop-ups.
First Entry: Me (7/22/06).
Entries 2-3: The Franks (7/23/06).
Entry 4: My Brother (7/23/06).
Entry 5: Sports (7/24/06).
Book Seven: Asia (1/1/07-1/13/07).
And some new ones:
La Boutique (9/27/08).
Stockton Municipal Court (3/6/09).
|Fiction: The Gastronome|
December 21st, 2007. 9 pages/3,274 words.
Narrator, Stephanie, Uncle Mitch, and the Biscuit Chef.
|Nonfiction: The Pen is Mightier than the Cop (Part One)
January 20th, 2011. 12 pages/5,080 words.|
Starring me and my supporting cast: Candi Millett of Farm Family Insurance, Diabetic Rotundity, Officer Mainiero of the Connecticut State Police Department, and the staff at Tony's Garage.
|Audio essay: On Hurricanes|
November 11, 2011. 3:25.
The Gospel of Courtney. One.
|Audio essay: On Valentine's Day|
November 11, 2011. 3:27.
The Gospel of Courtney. Two.
All writing projects are me solo. Systema, Mechanical Hound, and Atomic Theory of Bicycles: Music (Steve) and lyrics (me). JB Series One drawings 5 and 16 were drawn by Jacqui Frank and me. 14 was drawn by Andy Mikkelson and me. 7, 15, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 36, 45, and 54 were drawn mostly by Aaron Lum with me just topping them off with detail work. The storyline for 46 was written by the ten-year-old version of Timmy Frank and illustrated by Aaron Lum (only the handwriting of that one is by me; I was playing the role of Timmy's scribe, then I passed it to Lum to illustrate). 18 was drawn by Adam Frank when he was (I think) a nine-year-old. We were playing Zelda: Ocarina of Time in Mike's basement when he decided to draw it. You're not expected to know who Mike is. 6, 17, 31, 33, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 48, and 53 I designed/drew solo. And the rest (1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 21, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 37, 47, 49, 50, 51 and 52) were designed by Aaron Lum and me together. Aaron did the original sketches/drafts and then I did the final drawings (the scans that appear on the site). The ballet backdrop, before it was painted, was drawn on the canvas with a pencil. I did most of it; a girl named Taunie helped me with the rest (quite a bit of help). When it came time to paint, it was mostly me. Taunie was a huge help early on with a lot of the base coating. Then a girl named Heather helped fill in the dark background color and a girl named Sunny applied the base coat on the green planet. Then it was me solo for 80ish hours finishing all the base coats and plowing through most of the detail work. The last two nights, Aaron Lum came to help me with the finishing touches. He not only supplied the wine, but painted the trumpet, Magritte apple, UPS woodlouse, and the mop on the carpet. And then he helped a bit on the Anny rag doll and helped a gigantic amount on the the fish, Lego boy and girl, vulture, and egg plant. JB Greeting Cards 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 23, 27, 34, 35, and 39 were designed by Aaron Lum and me together. He did the original illustration drafts and then I did the final versions (scans that appear on the site). Numbers 15, 28, and 42 were done by Andy Mikkelson and me. Number 38 was done by Jacqui Frank and me. Number 37 was done by a kid named Robert, to himself, when we were in the fifth grade. The rest (5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 40, 41 and the kind of crappy old logo) were done by me solo. All JB Tarot Deck drawings except number six were designed by Aaron Lum and me together and then I did the final drawings. Number 6 was me solo. All "Other Drawings/Paintings" are me solo except "Bookshelf 2/Work in Progress", which is 50/50 Aaron Lum and me, "South Mural", which is 50/50 Andy Mikkelson and me, and "For Bella", which Jacqui Frank helped me in the design phase with the mom and dad fish. |