Alexand returns after having tried to reason with Georges De Somme but is still determined to find the identity of the woman who infected Katherine. It’s ten at night and she sits in the bar with Katherine. (Happy New Year everyone!) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
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Posted in Art, Blogs, Books, Experimental, Experimental short story, graphic novel, Illustrated Short Story, Story Book Characters, tagged Alexand Merek, art, Farokh Merek, illness, Katherine De Somme, same sex marriage, Short illustrated stories, short story, true love, Unbound Boxes Limping Gods on November 20, 2013 | 29 Comments »
Farokh has left the laboratory, leaving Katherine and Alexand alone to conduct more research into the illness afflicting Katherine (which was injected into Katherine’s bloodstream by Helga Ritter, see Amanojuko Part 3) Katherine hasn’t slept for 24 hours. She spends most of her time in the laboratory, trawling through research journals, taking blood samples from the victims in her sick bay, and from herself. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
Posted in Art, Blogs, Books, Experimental, Experimental short story, graphic novel, Illustrated Short Story, Story Book Characters, Writing, tagged Alexand Merek, Eric Mehmed, Farokh Merek, Heyem Merek, Inajda Rekaya, Jarad Vijay, Katherine De Somme, love, same sex marriage, Unbound Boxes Limping Gods, wedding on December 26, 2012 | 25 Comments »
Alexand and Katherine have travelled to Alexand’s home village to get married. (As Alexand has a very large family, who couldn’t afford to travel to India, and none of Katherine’s family replied to the invitations) Alexand’s younger brother, Farokh is one of the guests. Heyem is Alexand’s “best Woman,” much to her delight. Even Alexand’s mother Inajda has managed to find time from her very busy military schedule to be there. Unfortunately Farokh sees through what should be a happy occasion to things disintegrating beneath. (From left to right: Inajda Rekaya, Jarad Vijay, Farokh Merek, Katherine De Somme, Alexand Merek and Heyem Merek.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
Posted in Art, Blogs, Books, Experimental, Experimental short story, graphic novel, Illustrated Short Story, Story Book Characters, Writing, tagged A Day In The Life of..., agoraphobia, Alexand Merek, alopecia, asylum, Book Characters, catatonia, disability, Disconnected stories, fantasy, fear, feminist fiction, flame wielding locals, future, ghost, gift, graphic novel, humour, illustration, imprisonment, India, Jarad Vijay, Katherine De Somme, literature, love, micro blog, military, mythology, obsession, painting, pariah, piano, recovery, same sex marriage, science fiction, Short illustrated stories, speculative fiction, trauma, Unbound Boxes Limping Gods, widow, witch, world building, writing on September 10, 2010 | 10 Comments »
Jarad Vijay has spent the past four years, bringing up his son alone, after his wife, Alexand, was taken and placed in an asylum for crimes against the military. Once released she woke from a catatonic state. Six months have passed since she woke. Jarad hoped her recovery would enable him to rebuild their lives as a family. Unfortunately, things aren’t that simple. (Jarad and Alexand grew up together as children. They were forced into the military at a young age. Jarad left, but Alexand remained a soldier. Their lives drifted apart until a series of events brought them back together. They were married after Alexand was widowed. Jarad believes she is still grieving for her dead wife, Katherine De Somme. He is very much in love with her, but this further separation in the form of Alexand’s imprisonment, has done little for their relationship. Alexand is very traumatised by her ordeal inside the asylum and Jarad doesn’t know if he can help her recover from it.) Trivia: Why has Alexand got metal fingers? Answer: Her fingers were severed by a samurai sword, during a mission as a young woman. (See issue 9:) The sword bearer was a man dressed in a black balaclava. He appears throughout time and place. People come to know him as The Guild Master’s General, but know little about him. (A Spanish translation is now available, by Hernán Jara Droguett.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.