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Tapestry Hills (and Emerald City Comic Con!)

Posted by Astrolago Press (Creator)
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A quick heads-up before we get into the next village in Cape Verdigris: Emerald City Comic Con! We'll be there this weekend with copies of Faerie Fire on sale at Artist Alley table KK19. AND several of the Faerie Fire artists will be exhibiting, so you can get your copy signed (if that notion is to your liking, of course!)

The Faerie Fire artists will be found at:

Abby Howard: KK19

Alina Pete: Booth 1606

Amanda Lafrenais: Booth 664

Brianne Drouhard: JJ10

Cat Farris: H14

Christianne Gillenardo-Goudreau: NN10

Dylan Meconis: H13

Haley Boros: U9

Hannako Lambert: S6

Kel McDonald: Booth 208

Kory Bing: Booth 208

Little Corvus: X4

Molly Nemecek: R3

Renée Nault: Z12

Ron Chan: H7

Sfé R. Monster: G1

Tait Howard: KK15

Tuna: W13

Yuko Ota: P7-P3

If you'll be attending Emerald City Comic Con this weekend, we hope you'll come say hi! We'd love to meet you. 

And now, back to Cape Verdigris:

On the far side of the mountain is Tapestry Hills, the most remote of Cape Verdigris’s settlements. Tapestry Hills is known for its textiles and wood crafting, with its great fields of long grass, groves of willow trees, and colonies of shining silk spiders from which the locals gather their harvest. The idyllic village overlooks the ocean from a great cliff, and colourful windmills stud the landscape around the village while kites and windsocks scatter in the sea breeze. Far from the beaten track, Tapestry Hills is a quiet and modest counterpart to its bustling neighbours on the western side of the volcano.

Tapestry Hills will be illustrated by Laura Bifano.

"Houseboat" by Laura Bifano
"Houseboat" by Laura Bifano

Rather than elect an official, Tapestry Hills is run each year by the winner of the previous years’ silk-spinning contest. This year, the winner is Willow Abicus, a portly, transmasculine dwarf barely out of his teens. A gentle, contemplative, and often anxious soul, Willow seems a bit uncertain how to wield the authority of an entire village, but Tapestry Hills is far enough from the hustle and bustle of the other two villages that, fortunately, the trials aren’t that challenging… so far. Willow will be drawn by Maddi Gonzalez.

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    1. Astrolago Press 2-time creator on

      @Greg Not this year, unfortunately!

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      Christine on

      The more details I hear about the book and characters, I get even more excited!!

    3. Greg Brunell on

      Any plans to attend Gen Con?