Snafoo Songs & Echoes

You may recall that I’ve been working with a bunch of talented writers/artists on our Cassidy collaboration project that has evolved into the Snafoo Collective over at www.thesnafoo.com

More content has been added, and more is to come.

Songwriter and composer DeLonde J. Bell has written the Snafoo Theme song, we’ve added  ‘s sketches:

We also unveil the protective garland designed and knitted by :

Sporting this garland, the Snafoo *may* decide to leave you alone.

Sometimes you can hear them…at night, when you’re all alone on the computer.

It’s almost like a hum, a whir, a delicate sound offset by something slightly awry. Those with a musician’s ear (and oddly often mathematicians, who are related creatures after all), can sometimes make out a melody.

TheSnafoo Theme song is their signature, an echo of their energy; and hidden inside the notes is their history, their passion, their pain, their plans.

Listen. What can you hear?

Published by Valya

Valya Dudycz Lupescu has been making magic with food and words for more than 20 years, incorporating folklore from her Ukrainian heritage with practices that honor the Earth. She’s a writer, content developer, instructor, and mother of three teenagers. Valya is the author of THE SILENCE OF TREES and the founding editor of CONCLAVE: A Journal of Character. Along with Stephen H. Segal, she is the co-author of FORKING GOOD: An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of The Good Place and GEEK PARENTING: What Joffrey, Jor-El, Maleficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a Family (Quirk Books), and co-founder of the Wyrd Words storytelling laboratory. Valya earned her MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her poetry and prose have been published in anthologies and magazines that include, The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, Kenyon Review, Culture, Gargoyle Magazine, Gone Lawn, Strange Horizons, Mythic Delirium. You can find her on Twitter @valya.

One thought on “Snafoo Songs & Echoes”

  1. traveler64 says:

    I checked it out. Veeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrry interesting. My poor engineer’s brain has a little problem grasping the concept (don’t worry, it will click) but I enjoyed greatly the fun creativity. The song is really, really fun too. I like the instrumentation.

    I also got a chance to read more about you (the bio) Goth waitress? Who would’ve thunk it. 🙂 And you were a professor. Wow. ***doffs hat***

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