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"Skeleton Woman" Comic

Another old comic- this one is based on an Inuit fairy tale. For this one, I focused on the idea of split narrative to tell the story.

Fairy Tale

Burns Night

25th January 2015

Way back when my dad came to Thailand before Christmas we had organised some tins of haggis to be in the box of stuff from home. 193 more words

Thailand

Nothing New Under the Sun

I haven’t blogged during the past couple of weeks because I have been busy traveling back in time and around the world. Okay, not literally, but my day class on Period and Country Decorating Styles took me all the way back to Ancient Egypt. 1,020 more words

Wednesday 3rd: I can't remember... Ah yes, the Gaol!

As I am being super lazy with these blogs and writing them a few days late, it was only so long until my shitty memory problems hit. 566 more words

Travel

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

As an Irish bakery we feel it is very important to remain true to our roots, so we have decided to share with you our recipe to make your own delicious soda bread, just like granny made it! 201 more words

Baking

Publishing and the Case of the Latin American Cartonera


I was going to begin in traditional fashion: “With the growth of submissions, the diminishing willingness of large publishers to take risks, and even small presses both deluged and cautious, many writers are attracted by the lure of self-publishing.”  653 more words

Publishing