It was very flat. The stranger to whom I wrote that day lived in South Africa, a fact that I had gleaned from the brief bio under the author photograph on her book jackets, which showed a middle-aged woman with a pleasant face and tightly coiled gray hair, her eyes narrowed and crinkling at the corners: perhaps humorously, perhaps simply against the sun. Over a grainy black-and-white photo of the ruin as it appears today you could flip a color transparency of how the building had looked in ancient times, gaudy with red and blue paint and gilding. I would sit there, day after day, contentedly toggling between the drab present and the richly hued past. Now I was putting those feelings onto these translucent sheets, which protested with a faint crackle every time I advanced the carriage. Are there really writers who do that?
Joe Phillips born February 13, is an American artist, known for his gay-themed illustration, erotic animation, and his earlier work on superhero comic books. He lives in San Diego , California. Phillips was born in Atlanta , Georgia in
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