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It doesn’t happen often that I am attracted to and like people who also like me back with equal measure of intrigue and fascination that all i want to do is hang on their every word, dive deeply into their brain and swim amongst their thought waves delving deeper into their personness. 202 more words

Articles

NANSENSU #1 Now Available!

Get your copy of NANSENSU #1 in print for $16.99 or save $10 and get a PDF copy for $6.99!

nonSENSE Press presents our premiere issue of NANSENSU, a magazine that celebrates the beauty of the fringe with works by five different talented artists who’ve come together to create a collection of provocative, transgressive, subversive, thought-provoking, challenging, and sometimes grotesque but always gorgeous artwork. 61 more words

Independent Publisher

The Life of a TA

The Life Of A TA Isn’t Maybe Is For Everybody

Spring 2016 was my second semester as a Teaching Assistant in the Computer Science Department here at UCF, and it certainly won’t be my last.  844 more words

Writing

Strangers (Dark City)

“Instincts are irrational, Mr. Wall, and we must follow where they lead… yes?”

We were dying. Our species needed to find new life. We left our home in search of a cure to our own mortality, and we found you. 197 more words

Lena Dunham Establishes Publishing Imprint at Random House, Acquires First Title

A couple weeks ago, Lena Dunham announced the launch of Lenny—her own book publishing imprint at Random House. The imprint seems to be an extension of Dunham and Jenni Konner’s online feminist newsletter, Lenny Letter. 349 more words

Bibliophile

Whos Imprint do You Wear?

My shirt was pink, black and it had little plastic jewels on it. Now I knew the jewels were there, but I never consider them a problem until yesterday. 530 more words

"IMPRINT" & in the print space with Lloyd Blair at London College of Communication

IMPRINT” features material from the University Archives and Special Collection Centre at London College of Communication. The exhibition explores the development of LCC and its surrounding area of Elephant and Castle, through a time dating back from 1964. 178 more words

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