Category Archives: Admin

Happy Anniversary, DGC!

Hello readers, friends, and fans! It’s November 1, 2018 and that means… It’s time to begin the DGC 9th anniversary celebration, and officially kick off the DGC “Final Year”! There are quote marks around “Final Year” not because it’s a title but because it’s not probably going to be EXACTLY a year. Tonight I am […]

Sick as a Dog (Today’s chapter will be late…)

I’ve never had to do this before, have I? In nine years? But I have say it this time: chapter will be late! Those of you who follow me on social media know I caught a cold on my last day in Japan last Friday. Not only was that right after the last chapter went […]

DGC Site News!

Hi folks! Cecilia here. It’s been a while since I did a comprehensive news post, and I’ve been hinting in Patreon and on social media that some big things are in the works, so here’s a post of its own so that we don’t end up clogging up a chapter post with a bunch of […]

Liner Note #54: Louisville Meetup: The Recap!

So here’s the story of the DGC Meetup in Louisville! This plan got hatched when I realized that four of DGC’s most active commenters–Sanders, S (aka Stef), Chris (rck), and Bill (aka Mark Treble)–were all within driving distance of Louisville, Kentucky, which was one of the places I was planning to visit on my way […]

730. Miss Freelove ’69

It was just me, Chris, and Courtney from the Allston house, and we picked up Bart in the van. Carynne and Bradley were getting back to the city on their own schedule–in fact maybe they’d already left a day or two earlier. I don’t remember. It was a Sunday night so there wasn’t much traffic […]

DGC Extra: Colin’s Story

(I was going to wait to post this next week, but I decided why make you wait? Colin fans, here is Colin’s story, which I read aloud during the anniversary chat on Saturday! Linked below, archived video of the chat, as well as one that links just to me reading Colin’s story alone! -ctan) Warning: […]

Admin Note: Coming Up Next for DGC

If you’ve gotten used to the rhythms of Daron’s narration, you’ve probably figured out by now that the slower he goes, the closer he is to a major breakthrough in his own head or major plot point. When each post is a different city, he’s in cruise control. When all of a sudden you get […]