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The Bacterionomicon

March 25, 2015/0/0/

Thank you Kickstarter backers and everyone who pre-ordered! The Bacterionomicon is on its way in the mail. For those of you just catching up with us, what is the Bacterionomicon, you may ask? Step into a fantasy world of monsters and heroes inspired by bacteria and antibiotics, from Acinetobacter baumannii to Yersinia pestis and Amoxicillin/Clavulanate [...]

Bacterionomicon, Updates

Book Shipment expected in March

February 15, 2015/0/0/

I just received word that the Bacterionomicon shipment from China is expected to dock in NYC on March 2nd and expected to arrive in our Massachusetts warehouse March 9th. This is really happening! I know, I know, by now many of you have decided that we are sophisticated internet scammers who have constructed an elaborate [...]

Bacterionomicon, Updates

Bacterionomicon sent to the Printer!

October 21, 2014/0/0/

Our Kickstarter campaign raised almost $100,000 to make the Bacterionomicon a reality – and a reality it will soon be. The files have all been sent to the printer, and the book will be available for general sale in the early part of 2015. The Bacterionomicon is a bestiary of monstrous¬†bacteria and a compendium of […]

Bacterionomicon, Updates

Bacterionomicon Gets a Kickstart

March 20, 2014/0/0/

When was the last time your expectations were WILDLY EXCEEDED? When we started our Kickstarter campaign, we really weren’t sure how it would turn out. Imagine our surprise when we met our goal in a matter of DAYS! The campaign ends on March 31st, and it looks like we’ll be meeting stretch goals and adding […]

Bacterionomicon, Fundraising, Updates

Fantasy Art: Enhancing Expressionism

October 4, 2013/0/0/

Fantasy Art has always existed in one form or another in mythology over the millennia. From imaginary creatures to aliens to gods and goddesses to monsters, they have fired our imaginations in endless ways. While fantasy art has some origins in religion, it is largely shaped and influenced by mythology and folklore with parallel streams […]

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