WWW: NEW! "CHEVALIER: The Queen's Mouseketeer" up now

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Thu Jan 17 16:39:48 PST 2013

On 1/16/2013 10:08 PM, Darryl Hughes wrote:
> I wanted Chevalier to read like a modern version of a classic fairy tale
> so I used some pretty iconic and iconic sounding names and places and
> things in the story: Princess Faere, Prince Charming, The High Queen,
> The Queen Mother, The Land Ever After, The Far, Far Away, The Land Near
> and Far, The Realm of the Hither and Yon, The Blue Yonder, The Land Bye
> Thee Bye, unicorns, witches, fairies, elves, musketeers, etc.
> When I say that Chevalier "It's a fabled fairy tale of enor-mouse
> proportions" I mean it. :)

Fortunately Wikipedia doesn't think you need to argue with Disney over 
the copyright for Prince Charming.  If anyone has the copyright to 
Prince Charming, Oscar Wilde's estate does.

And I'll admit that Prince Charming works better for this story than 
Prince B!tch$lapper does.  8{D>

(signed) Scott Eiler  8{D> -------- http://www.eilertech.com/ ---------

When you *are* the leader... whatever goes wrong... whether you did it
or not... *you* are held responsible. - Barack Obama

I know. - Archie Andrews

- from Archie #617, March 2011, scripted by Alex Simmons.

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