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Words Reveal What Masks Conceal: An Essay on Halloween

When I was in the seventh grade, my English teacher assigned us a creative writing project for Halloween. We were to compose short stories, which we would then read aloud before the class, coupled with a competition of sorts in which the students would vote on who had written the best one. 724 more words

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Words From the Clay

Come and listen to local writers read out their words at the Gladstone Museum:

8th November, 1.30-3.30 pm. It’s free — but please book using via the links.  10 more words


The Winds of Life, Painting No. 51 by Swav

Dear friends and fellow bloggers…

This painting is closing my second collection, which is called ‘The Winds of Life’ … I wasn’t publishing too many of them because I took my time to really get it of what the heck I was painting. 258 more words


Any Port In a Stormy

There is a lot to be said about feeling intangibly cool in a piece of clothing that is also practical. There is even more to be said about a piece of clothing that meets the above requirements and is made in Michigan. 95 more words


Into Your Art Spotlight: Sadie Barbosa

Oddball Magazine is happy to sponsor and promote Into Your Art’s Live Art Event happening November 7 at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury. Join us for a wonderful night celebrating the brightest of Boston. 117 more words


Happy Halloween - The Spooky Story of the Forest People

Happy Halloween! Get your spook on with a scary story on how Jaguar, Python and Piraña came to be.


Can't Dance Cameron Second Edition

A big box arrived today, copies of the second edition of my first picture book, Can’t-Dance-Cameron:

It felt good to hold it. I wanted to say a big thanks to everyone who’s been buying the book since the launch.