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  • Started by Rhonda Collins
    ..., ALL THE TIME? In early years your mother says no to save you from a hot burner or crossing a street into oncoming traffic. She might object to objects inserted into your mouth whic...
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  • ...by Barbara Kingsolver. Her descriptions are brilliant in two senses of that word: they use language in an imaginative way, and they show familiar objects and experiences in a new ligh...
  • Started by Chrys Fey
    ...be explained by science. Notable paranormal beliefs include those that pertain to ghosts, demons, extraterrestrial life, and unidentified flying objects.   Supernatural uses themes t...
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    ..., ALL THE TIME? In early years your mother says no to save you from a hot burner or crossing a street into oncoming traffic. She might object to objects inserted into your mouth whic...

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  • Sheila Grinell commented on her article To Curate--Not a Good Idea
    Wow. Can we get your profession's use of collage as a verb out there for the general public? Sounds like a solution, unless the art world objects. Cheers.
  • I identify with the imagery! I feel at home as a scavenger. In fact I use found objects in my art work, and said artwork is finding its way, as pictures into my writing. Why not?  I u...
  • ...profound to me, yet society tends to act like it's not a "true" or "real" creative pursuit. After all, the outcome isn't money, fame, or physical objects but "merely" well-adjusted hu...