Hermetic Library Newsletter - Issue #37 ("'There is a budding morrow in midnight', wrote Keats.")



Hermetic Library Newsletter - Issue #37 ("'There is a budding morrow in midnight', wrote Keats.")
By John Bell the Librarian • Issue #74 • View online
This week I’ve got Pandora and the Laptop merch, I suddenly became old, BEWARE (still and again) especially of Pooh, follower milestone reached, reminders, updates, quotes, reviews, and more!
And, as always, I worked on various other things on website, blog, and more … Enjoy!

Pandora and the Laptop
Pandora and the Laptop
The newest merch I’ve added this month for Patrons is based on the Pandora and the Laptop meme I created back in July. I’ve added this design on an organic tote. Here’s what it looks like!
I did a little more fit & finish on the whole image, and, you know, I paid for the specific stock image of the laptop I used.
By the by, if you’re curious, the main painting in this image is the public domain Pandora’s Box by Charles Edward Perugini which I just grabbed from Wikimedia Commons, and used my image manipulation tool of choice, Acorn for macOS, along with a stock image of a laptop that was at the right angle for my purpose. And then I just messed with it all a lot until it was good enough!
Welp. That’s it. I am old now.
I just had a moment where I know I’ve posted to the blog about something relevant to a thing, went to go find it, but I can’t remember it clearly for unique enough keyword searching after so long and buried in the over a decade of posts there … and gave up.
"No one here gets out alive"
"No one here gets out alive"
BEWARE (still and again)
BEWARE! Out of an abundance of caution, I carefully LOOKED at my spooky haul of deliciously dangerous red books only to discover that someone has laced them with refined-sugar logo-emblazoned corporate branding in the shape of innocent children’s seasonal treats!
All in all, however, on the bright side, it’s not silverfish! But I’d be much more happy if it were Swedish fish.
I’m sure you’ll recognize some of those dangerous candy red books, but especially watch out for The House on Pooh Corner. It’s the most deliciously evil of the lot! Er, pot. Honey pot. It’s sweet, I mean. And so devilishly irresistible. Help I’m stuck in the hole and can’t get out, Piglet.
Follower Milestone Reached
Just passed the 18,000 followers milestone on Twitter! So, here’s Atu XVIII, The Moon.
“‘There is a budding morrow in midnight’, wrote Keats.”
Welcome, old and new alike, there and all of you here who are subscribers to this newsletter too!
Brimstone Apparel 20% off coupon for all Patrons this spooky season!
Brimstone Apparel 100% off special offer collaboration
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Things to check out at Hermetic Library
Also on the blog
The Third Policeman
And elsewhere
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John Bell the Librarian
By John Bell the Librarian

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