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    Insha Fitzpatrick

    Moving Image Columnist + Teacher of Cartoon Academy. Insha is a freelance + comic writer, film nerd and Crystal Gem from NJ. She enjoys cartoons, comics, b-movies and has very strong feelings about Kylo Ren. Stay Weird. ♡

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  • Black Narratives; Or, Why Insecure and Altanta Are So Awesome

    Black Narratives; Or, Why Insecure and Altanta Are So Awesome0

    When I grew up, black narratives that resonated with me came in the form of classics like Sister, Sister and Moesha. As I got older, I couldn’t find examples of black narratives that were relatable to my experience. I wasn’t asking for the exact same experience, but something that I could relate to.

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  • How to Build Your Own Geek Terrarium

    How to Build Your Own Geek Terrarium1

    • November 9, 2016

    Building a terrarium is easy, peaceful, and can give you a piece of mindfulness that you’ll never expect to have. I wanted to build my first terrarium after reading Amy Parish’s zine Terrarium – Give Yourself Room to Grow. It was the perfect jumping off point for me to dive into terrariums, mindfulness, and self-care

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  • Tarot 101: How to Get Started with Tarot Cards

    Tarot 101: How to Get Started with Tarot Cards1

    • October 24, 2016

    Tarot cards can be very intimidating to some and easy to others. Everyone has their own personal experience with tarot from beginning to advanced. I’ll disclaim this right now: I’m in my beginning to intermediate stages of tarot reading. I’ve learned that many of us who practice New Age have their form of witchcraft, and

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  • Inspiring Women Making (and Supporting) Comics Today!

    Inspiring Women Making (and Supporting) Comics Today!0

    Ed. note: Starting this week and continuing until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. And not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism, and more. If you

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