August 21, 2011

Trouble for Teddy

I am so pleased to announce that Teddy (oh, poor Teddy) has made his debut in the on-line kidlit publication, Underneath the Juniper Tree.  If you haven't already, check out this really darkly fun magazine: http://underneaththejunipertree.com/

About UNJT:
"Underneath The Juniper Tree was created after the departure of the beloved Crow Toes Quarterly Magazine in order to fill the gap in our lives. Underneath The Juniper Tree is a non-profit online magazine that supports new and budding artists and writers. We aim to promote the most creatively fantastical and darkly neurotic literature that has been much loved over the centuries and will be loved for centuries to come."

...and link to Teddy:
http://underneaththejunipertree.com/?p=374
and here IS Teddy:
(stay tuned for more...Teddy has many more Troubles to come--some fatal, some otherwise ;))
copyright 2011 Elizabeth Rose Stanton, pen & ink on paper

23 comments:

  1. Oh, Teddy...what have you done?

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  2. Ruth-- Teddy has a way of getting himself in BIG trouble. He never should have left home ;)

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  3. Oh, this is deliciously wicked! And thanks for introducing me to Underneath the Juniper Tree--what a fun magazine. Congratulations to Teddy and his head.

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  4. You scroll down with some amount of trepidation and then ... yes, it is as you feared. (Whimper.)

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  5. (Also, congratulations, my dear, for being featured in the online mag.)

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  6. Julie--UNJT is really fun. Don't worry, tho...Teddy's head loss is only temporary ;)

    Suze-- Thanks for overcoming your fear for the good wishes ;)

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  7. Checked out UNJT and immediately felt better about myself.... I keep trying to put together a welcome baby book for expected niece or nephew and it keeps straying into the bizarre. It doesn't help that most of the incidents are true and happened to the Ponder children.

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  8. Hello Elizabeth:
    This has absolutely made our day in every way. Superb - although not perhaps for Teddy! We have taken the opportunity of showing our own Edward Bear [who is currently skulking on the windowsill of the Back Hall] what fate will befall him should he take to shoplifting. This to the immense pleasure of a smaller, nameless bear who sits, rather smugly we feel, in a Harrods carrier bag!

    Do, please, treat us to more of Teddy's adventures before too long. Meanwhile, our very warmest congratulations on achieving such fame for him.

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  9. congratulations to ...poor Teddy : )

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  10. Veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!! I’m telling on you ‘Eeee’. You can’t chop teddy bears heads off like that, it ain’t right an proppa!! You’re gonna be in weally weeally biiiig biiiig twubble when I crayon off to the R.S.P.C.T.B. in just a minute. They gonna come an get you and make you sew teddy’s head back on again – you just see.

    An there I was thinking ‘I’ was naughty too. You’re nasty an naughty you are. That’s weally howwid thing to do to Teddy.

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  11. Ohhh I do like Teddy!! Most deserving (I suppose for both honours)!

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  12. Congratulations Elizabeth! Well done...Loving your humor!

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  13. Seriously twisted! LOL
    I have a needle and thread if Teddy would like to borrow it!
    (And congrats on the mag.)

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  14. Absolute.....GASP!

    poor, poor teddy.

    Well! Let this be a lesson to us all! (Especially, to my three sons who have to hatch plots to find a pair when I don't do the laundry properly like I should....)

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  15. O: una vez me lo imagine. el finao teddy

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  16. why does it feel so good to laugh at something so cheeky??

    Love your illo, your line work and use of space is genius!!

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  17. aaaaaaah, poor Teddy, hihi ;-)

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  18. I very much hope teddy has now learned his lesson and will never be such a naughty bear again........................oh!
    Brilliantly dark fun!

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  19. Ooooh, I loved the Edward Gorey-esque Teddy!

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  20. Hey... I know someone who could get his head sewn back on! Poor, poor Dead Teddy

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