After her resurrection in the City of the Saved, Briscoe was hired by the Royal Philological Institute because they preferred publishing monochrome sketches. She once worked closely with J. R. R. Tolkien and Adoma Achede to uncover the mystery of Jama'a Civil Tongue. (PROSE: Philology: The Real Professional Bag of Tricks)
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- In the real world, Florence Briscoe was an obscure 20th century British artist who illustrated William Hope Hodgson's original Thomas Carnacki stories in The Idler. James Bojaciuk, author of Philology: The Real Professional Bag of Tricks, previously researched Briscoe and wrote an article on her life for greydogtales.com. 
Footnotes[edit | edit source]
- James Bojaciuk (4 November 2016). The Woman Who Drew William Hope Hodgson — Florence Briscoe: A Life in Scraps. greydogtales. Retrieved on 21 August 2018.