The text and paintings on The Trowbridge Chronicles are taken from the illustrated journal of Violet Trowbridge, a shrew that once lived in a village deep in the Olympic Rain Forest. Each new post will represent a portion of Mrs. Trowbridge’s journal.

Monday, May 19, 2014


With this episode, we bring The Legend of Shrew Khan to a close. Though Mrs. Trowbridge lived over 200 years ago, her almost-retro painting style seems to fit well into today's graphic novel genre.

Next week we will return to the regular Trowbridge Chronicles pages. I hope you enjoyed Mrs. Trowbridge's The Legend of Shrew Khan.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014


After a spectacular observational voyage, a fire broke out in the Royal Balloon, which contained Emperor Nang and Keno. In last week's episode, Emperor Nang and Keno had landed safely after a rapid and fiery descent in the Royal Balloon. Now they are joined by their comrades.

Have you seen my other blog, Bron Smith's Flights of Fantasy

Tuesday, May 06, 2014


Keno and Emperor Nang have survived their fiery balloon crash on the desert floor at the Giloh outpost. They had once again eluded the revenge of fate. The rope and hook that Keno had thrown out from the balloon basket toward a bush had managed to snag a branch at the last moment, averting a tragedy of royal proportions. Our story continues... 

Have you seen my other blog, Bron Smith's Flights of Fantasy?