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“I really enjoy memoirs....The general facts of a person’s life are only important in how they relate to the story at hand.”
“I’ve been waiting for a game like this to come along...”
“Happy Holidays and remember, Academy Award nominations come out Jan. 24, 2023!”
“When words alone fail to bring about change, the dispossessed sometimes resort to action.”
Peruse this collection of art and poetry from our October 2022 issue!
“I’m just going to start with the conclusion first: Turncoats is a masterful game.”
“I want to live in a way that makes me proud to die.”
Enjoy this month's roundup of art and poetry!
“It's been bad. We‘re sorry. Take care of yourself.”
“In 1960, Elizabeth Packard was involuntarily committed to a mental asylum by her husband.”
“Pan Am is an awesome mashup of worker placement, market manipulation, set collection, and area control.”
Enjoy this collection of art and poetry from April!
“One of the best parts of spring is the blossoming in publishing.”
"Shakespeare doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating; it should be fun!"
“The way through this pandemic and to brighter future is _together._”
“Before he could turn his head, Anija had a dagger to his neck.”
“No pennies are truly bad. They’re made that way by capitalism.”
“The Vagina Monologues explores the sacredness and beauty of women's bodies.”
We rounded up January’s art & poetry for your enjoyment!
“Is it weird that I’m gaming more now than I had been pre-COVID?”
“Kim Stanley Robinson’s Ministry for the Future is one of the better CliFi books.”
“I hope the audience comes away with a sense of excitement and shock!”
Enjoy this monthly round up of Art and Poetry
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