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    Romona Williams

    Romona Williams is an ex-librarian, current tutor, and constant writer. She can usually be found in antiquarian bookstores, curiosity shops, and carnivals after dark.

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  • Interview With Detroit Artist Emily Zelasko

    Interview With Detroit Artist Emily Zelasko0

    Emily Zelasko is an up and coming Metro Detroit illustrator and comic writer who should not be missed. Her art is spunky, original, and immensely eye-catching. After seeing her work in person at the recent Kids Read Comics Con and ComiqueCon, I had the opportunity to ask Emily some questions about her work. How did you

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  • E – N – I – D: Ghost World and Name Fluidity

    E – N – I – D: Ghost World and Name Fluidity0

    Ghost World Daniel Clowes Fantagraphics Books 1997 What’s in a name? Everything. Names play a big part in Ghost World. The characters are called by their legal names, nicknames, imagined names, and incorrect names. They receive these names through birth or social interaction, and the usage of these names communicate specific intentions.

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  • The Twin Peaks Log: S.2 E’s 21/22

    The Twin Peaks Log: S.2 E’s 21/222

    Welcome to our biweekly roundtable of Twin Peaks where we are working our way through every. Single. Episode. Some of us are regulars and some of us newbies, but none of our experiences are the same. So get yourself a damn fine cup of coffee, watch along with us, and feel free to chime in

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  • Scrabble Vs. Family Feuds: Games Are All That Hold Us Together

    Scrabble Vs. Family Feuds: Games Are All That Hold Us Together0

    Scrabble is one of the few links between me and my dad’s side of the family. There are other things we share, mainly our last name and genes. But the one hobby that my brothers and I share with them is Scrabble, and this bond is possibly the one thing that could hold us together.

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