Join us today, December 3 at 4 pm Pacific, 7 pm Eastern for a new edition of The Event Horizon, this time with writer and professional illustrator Erin Rado to talk about her new epic fantasy novella series, Tales of the Ravensdaughter,
This episode was recorded at LOSCON 48 over the 2022 Thanksgiving weekend at the Los Angeles Aiport Marriott Hotel. We take a deep dive into Rado’s creative process while creating her fantasy novellas.
Recordings like this are an important part of fannish history. We’re glad to have participated in this one.
Here are the air times for the new episode of The Event Horizon with Erin Hunt Radio:
|Sat Dec 3||4 PM PT / 7 PM ET/ 12 AM GMT||Sun Dec 4||4 PM PT / 7 PM ET / 12 AM GMT|
|4 AM PT / 7 AM ET / 12 PM GMT||Sat Dec 10||4 AM PT / 7 AM ET/ 12 PM GMT|
Once all the airtimes have passed, you’ll find this episode on iTunes, Stitcher, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, and right here on our own web site on the Event Horizon show page (see the menus above).
ABOUT ERIN HUNT RADO
ERIN RADO, Ravensdaughter, is a mindfulness artist
Having always been interested in medieval and renaissance culture, Erin began drawing original Celtic art in 2008. She began showing her collection at renaissance fairs and art festivals, and observed that users kept entering a mindful state each time they worked with her products. Adults struggling with anxiety or panic would sometimes experience “breakthroughs, and children diagnosed with behavioral disorders would remain calm and engaged.
Erin added Finger Labyrinths to her collection in 2016. They are Erin’s first digital collection, and represent a stylistic difference from other labyrinthian art.
Erin shows at many professional conferences, but still shows at renaissance fairs and art festivals where she tests her new designs. Through many years of interaction, she has codified her work and earned the recognition of the behavioral wellness community.
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