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Module 13: Drama by Raina Telgemeier

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 Image Credit: Campbell County Public Library. (2015) http://www.ccpls.org

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Callie’s life is filled with middle school drama of all sorts.  She thinks she really likes Greg, but Greg is pining over Bonnie, who seems to want nothing to do with him.  581 more words

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Pure Fiction: "2HVØRHVNØT" Episode 1

Over the next few months, I am going to post some fictional writings that I have been working on over the years. Many of these, I began prior to becoming a Mason, but interestingly there are elements within them that may seem Masonic in some sense.  3,930 more words

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Review: Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle

Lately I’ve been very interested in books about North Korea. It’s a fascinating, secretive, and tragic country, and I’ve sought out books from a variety of perspectives: one by a defector, one by a Korean-American woman who taught high school English there, one by an American journalist. 287 more words

Fables: Farewell (Issue 150) - Written by Bill Willingham, Illustrated by Mark Buckingham

The final volume of Fables wraps up several plot lines and serves as a conclusion but not an ending. After all, the Fables are quasi-immortal beings and there will always be more stories for them, even if they won’t be told in the series… 559 more words


Preview: The Amazing World of Gumball: Fairy Tale Trouble OGN

The Amazing World of Gumball: Fairy Tale Trouble OGN

Imprint: KaBOOM!
Writers: Megan Brennan, Jeremy Lawson
Artists: Katy Farina, Jeremy Lawson

It’s a beautiful day for a Renaissance Faire, and the Watterson family is having a blast taking in ye olde fun and games…until a magician’s illusion turns into a real spell, and all of Elmore is cast into a fairy-tale world of quests, danger, and magical adventures! 60 more words


Through Half-Deserted Streets

Montreal-based comic book artist and illustrator Julian Peters has created a terrific graphic version of T.S. Eliot’s classic poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”. 16 more words