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3.01.07>
Just as I suspected; urban fairies can show up just about anywhere. There are spaces too small fo humans to even noticed. Some time ago I was told of a fairy door in a stairwell of the ISR building on the University of Michigan campus. I finally had a chance to go and seek it out. I found it after a bit of stair climbing.
~jbw
3.06.07>
After getting quotes on printing, I have decided to increase the page count of "Who's Behind the Fairy Doors"... this will make for a better book... AND still make my dead-line of May 15th.
~jbw
3.16.07>
Busy busy! I had to place new journal/guestbooks at Sweetwaters Café, Peaceable Kingdom and the Library. I never did find the 9th journal/guestbook from Sweetwaters. The fairy reading room, in the books at the library was ransacked... The toenails of the duck-foot/wingback chair were broken off. I only have 3 more illustrations to complete for "Who's Behind the Fairy Doors?". I met with the book printer yesterday and everything seems to be in order. (I also fixed some bum links in the blog archives)
~jbw
3.19.07>
Whew! I'm glad Saint Patrick's Day is over. All the drunks around downtown is hazardous for the fairy doors. The fairies can take care of themselves... I thinkthey lay low, but that leaves their constructions vulnerable. Luckily the tickets were behind the glass so they didn't get pulled out. The broken cornice at Selo-shevel was the worst of it, this year.

Apparently some the urban fairies were actually busy that day. A second space has appeared in the Peaceable Kingdom!

~jbw
3.20.07>
I can take an "ok" photograph if I have a good camera, but still not as good as one who does it for a living, like Bob Foran or Myra Klarman. In view of that, I was really pleased to hear from Myra, who shot pics for the Metromedia piece, by Jon Zemke, on art and businesses. She sent some of her very fine photographs of the fairy doors with permission to use. Which I will!

Hokay... Myra Klarman pics on the Sweetwater, Peaceable Kingdom & Red Shoes pages.

~jbw

3.26.07>
I've made corrections to "Who's Behind the Fairy Doors", and now I amcreating the print-ready files, then off to the printer. I am also working on a 2nd Poster of fairy doors as well as new postcards and greeting cards. We have our booth number assigned for the Ann Arbor Book Festival. #49

~jbw

3.30.07>
CD to printer today.

whew!

I found a few european blogs referencing the fairy doors. A Dutch, a French and a German blog. I'll put them up on the blogs page once I have translated. (gotta be sure they are saying nice things!)

~jbw

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