Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Submissions and the Unnamed.

Submitted Our Silent Legacy and a slightly edited version of The Legend of Jane the Reaper to Arts for Life.

Here's hoping for the best.

Side news: I've decided to put my twitter to good use and upload a bunch of pictures of the doll my mom made for me when I was little. Since I rescued said doll from Ecuador and finally nudged and poked my mother enough times until she fixed it, I've decided to take her all over my little city and school. Too bad she doesn't have a name yet.

I'm thinking I should continue some tradition. My stuffed animals are named after Greek philosophers and writers so...


I'll think of something. Eventually.

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