Maiden Voyages: November 2019

(Last Updated On November 4, 2019)

Readers may have observed that new posts are being completed at a much slower pace lately. There are two major reasons for this: Pip’s career has been taking off recently and he has had little time to compose anything new. But he promises to complete one last post on ‘Sublimated Sexuality’. My relationship with a wonderful woman has been taking most of my time of late and, however noble the cause, I will not be neglecting her in favor of a political agenda. I will continue on in my capacity as administrator and will throw in an occasional post as time permits.

I would like to remind readers that Pigtails in Paint has been a group effort and its continuation does depend partly on the contributions of others. I have tried to encourage other writers, but they usually get busy in their personal lives or careers or are determined to strike out of their own in the genre. I can assure everyone that there are some exciting things in the pipeline and they will be published eventually.

I would also like to thank those who have helped fill in the gaps in our video collection. Next in the works will be an archival list of materials in the Pigtails library as well as a list of artist leads by name. Please continue to send in leads and I promise they will not fall on deaf ears. It just may take a while to get them produced or at least mentioned in a future ‘Maiden Voyages’ post.

Thank you all for your patience and my best wishes go to you as we enter this holiday season. -Ron, Editor-in-Chief

4 thoughts on “Maiden Voyages: November 2019

  1. I’m happy to read of your relationship with a wonderful woman. Best wishes to both of you. Thanks for all of the help that you have provided with the articles I have written. Thanks also to Christian who has given help too. If anybody has an idea for an article, but you don’t think you should submit it because you are not a writer, I would advise you to reconsider. There are people at Pigtails who can edit your article and give you all the advice you need to make your article a success.

    • Thank you for the support. I try to encourage people to contribute because we cannot be knowledgeable about everything. But our modern world does pull us this way and that so it is hard to be consistent with enterprises that are conducted on a voluntary basis. -Ron

  2. It’s good to know that you’re doing well, and I wish I could do more to keep this site active. Unfortunately, I don’t have much to contribute, except small comments like this.

    • Thank you for those kind words. I am endeavoring to make it easier for readers to find out what is on our radar and what is not so that at least we can be informed about what we have missed. -Ron

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