The blurb

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Image: Coyote walking by Sue Vincent

“We already have the blurb!”

“We do?”

“We do!”

“‘Coyote is a Native American culture hero, buffoon, and trickster figure who mixes animal and human traits to mostly comic, often catastrophic, and sometimes salutary effect.’ Not quite how I’d have phrased it, but… ‘The world in which Coyote moves can be conceived as a parallel to the Aboriginal Australian Dreaming and to the worlds of most other early indigenous mythological story cycles and systems’ …this is the most boring blurb ever… ‘including those which are native to our own shores.'”

My companion was head in hands. It was difficult to determine whether the shoulders were shaking with laughter or tears. Nevertheless…

“‘Wherever and whenever our world is perceived as a sentient being’ … it’s a graphic novel… ‘and the pervading ontology’… pervadingontology?” He howled. I hoped it was laughter. “‘…  is animistic in nature; wondrous…

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