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28 October 2017
Anime & Manga
Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人 Shingeki no Kyojin) the 2013 anime was adapted from the eponymous manga, created by Hajime Isayama. The series began in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine on September 9, 2009 and has been collected into 17 tankoban volumes as...
28 October 2017
Anime & Manga
Mushishi is the title of an anime that I watched sometime ago.The anime is derived from the eponymous manga by Yuki Urushibara. This transporting story has spawned two anime series and a live-action movie.Mushishi occupies an imaginary timeline set s...
28 October 2017
Anime & Manga
Red Data Girl is the brain child of Noriko Ogiwara. The fantasy novel series was adapted into an anime which aired from April through June of 2013.As the story goes, Izumiko Suzuhara is a 15-year-old girl who was raised at Tamakura Shrine, part of th...
27 October 2017
Showcase
Genesis Science Fiction Magazine touts itself as the conduit for unapologetic Black expression, and rightfully so. Genesis Science Fiction Magazine highlights, celebrates, and develops science fiction, speculative fiction, sword and soul, fantasy, ho...

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Damaged

*Some images are disturbing and triggering for those with PTSD due to combat experience. Created this in an... *Some images are disturbing and triggering for those with PTSD due to combat experience. Created this in an effort to bring more awareness to soldiers coming home from combat with PTSD (as my husband). More
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God Lay Dead in Heaven

A dramatic poem by Stephen Crane
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Angels

Do you believe in them?
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Witch

What is a witch to you?
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The Tree

During the zombie apocalypse, the tree's not always your best friend.
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Fire and Ice

Created a video for one of Robert Frost's famous poems
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Black Heart

How black can a heart get?
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Why our world needs science fiction: Etienne Augé at TEDxErasmusUniversity

Etienne was born in France but spent most of his life in other countries: Germany, United Kingdom, United States,... Etienne was born in France but spent most of his life in other countries: Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and more than a decade in Lebanon. He studied political science, film studies, cultural studies and got a doctorate in history and civilization from Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. His obsession for stories has led him to gain experience in a French embassy, a film production company, a consultancy firm and many universities in different places, some of them guarded by tanks, others so beautiful he did not even need to be paid (but was anyway). Etienne also wrote three books, a very serious academic one on propaganda, a slightly more fun one on Hollywood and a novel about spies in Lebanon loosely based on imagination. Etienne is now teaching at Erasmus University in Rotterdam (ESHCC) and still collaborates with universities in Beirut, Krems and Prague. He also is a senior contributor to Slate.fr and conducts regular trainings for diplomats in Public Diplomacy at Clingendael. More
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PUMZI TRAILER

Trailer For PUMZI a Short film Produced By Inspired Minority and Writer/Director: Wanuri Kahui and Producers: Simon... Trailer For PUMZI a Short film Produced By Inspired Minority and Writer/Director: Wanuri Kahui and Producers: Simon Hansen, Hannah Slezacek and Amira Quinlan... More
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twenty one pilots: Heavydirtysoul [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Published on Feb 3, 2017 twenty one pilots' music video for 'Heavydirtysoul' from the album, Blurryface - available... Published on Feb 3, 2017 twenty one pilots' music video for 'Heavydirtysoul' from the album, Blurryface - available now on Fueled By Ramen. More
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"The Fog Horn" by Ray Bradbury

"The Fog Horn" by Ray Bradbury, ASMR Book Reading for Relaxation & Sleep read by Dan Blackbridge. Very well done!
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How to write a story | John Dufresne | TEDxFIU

Published on Dec 10, 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences.... Published on Dec 10, 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Take a journey inside a writer's mind and learn his approach to creating a story. More
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An Evening with Ray Bradbury 2001

Presented by University of California TV: Science fiction author Ray Bradbury regales his audience with stories... Presented by University of California TV: Science fiction author Ray Bradbury regales his audience with stories about his life and love of writing in "Telling the Truth," the keynote address of The Sixth Annual Writer's Symposium by the Sea, sponsored by Point Loma Nazarene University. Series: Writer's Symposium By The Sea More
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  • The Head
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    The Head

    Penny, the new kid on the block, stood in front of an old, rickety house along with two new-found friends.

    She swallowed hard as she stepped up to the front door.

    “Don’t be a scaredy cat and go in!” Darla called out.

    Inside the dank-smelling entryway, cobwebs littered every nook and cranny.  Dark and not a living soul present as the young girl walked down a hallway.

    A movement on her right caused Penny to pause.

    On the long, narrow table sat a huge glass platter with a steel cover.

    The cover rattled ever so slightly.

    Written on Wednesday, 01 November 2017 14:44 in Flash Fiction Be the first to comment! Read 112 times Read more...
  • Twilight
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    Twilight

    Gray clouds hung low in the colorless sky as he watched a group of teenagers clambered down the street littered with rusted and mangled vehicular bodies.   Houses on both sides of the disintegrating asphalt stood in various wretched shapes.   Woods warped.  Windows smashed or missing. Vinyl sidings bent like painful hang-nails.

    Like Rome, another giant had fallen.  

    Written on Saturday, 28 October 2017 11:06 in Flash Fiction Be the first to comment! Read 127 times Read more...
  • The Pocket Watch
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    The Pocket Watch

    Rob gripped the steering wheel as he watched a brown leaf roll across the gray hood. His haggard face covered with salt and pepper beard helped conceal the white scar across his right cheek. He stared ahead as he half-listened to the car radio.

    “The President is expected to address the nation tonight for the final time.” The radio garbled. “Before leaving with his family to an undisclosed location.”

    He leaned over and changed the stations.

    Written on Friday, 27 October 2017 12:24 in Flash Fiction Be the first to comment! Read 203 times Read more...