Geranium Lake Properties, when the pied ordinaries of your grief become mute

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© lcmt 2015

On the back of this comic, Wm. Yost penciled “Series: Jack Loki translates Shakespeare for horned lizards” and “Phrynosoma platyrhinos or coronatum?” His assistant, Ha Kim Ngoc, says there are more than a dozen panels that belong to the Shakespeare translation series, but she is not sure this panel is one of them. Yost wrote his ideas down on pieces of paper, scraps or envelopes or whatever was handy. He jotted all sorts of things on the backs of his GLP panels, including phone numbers of people he never called, titles of books he never read, and confirmation numbers for bills he paid over the phone.

Asemic comics are published here three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday (or sometimes Saturday night).

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6 thoughts on “Geranium Lake Properties, when the pied ordinaries of your grief become mute

  1. Excellent piece, I’d love to read more about this mysterious Yost character. Maybe you should consider a few posts detailing some of the background information you have so we could all get to know him a little better. All the best Lin x

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    • Thank you. This is a good idea. I have written snippets about him in various blogs over the past few years, but nothing more than hints and a few stray facts. Lately, I’ve been working on some notes for an essay on how Geranium Lake Properties started. Yost might be a fictional character, but I feel that GLP would never have happened without his presence.

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