Andrew Baxter - Pyragraph

Pretty Little Pills: 4 Drugs I Use for Creativity And getting out of bed

Andrew Baxter
| Albuquerque, NM, US | | 0 Comments

So if caffeine only buzzes your brain for an hour—and believe me it takes more than that to produce a 600-word article—how do I sustain an interest for the hours it takes to produce content?

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Rusty Rutherford - Pyragraph

Wuddy Wuddafuwd’s Journey from Speech Therapy to Public Speaking

Rusty Rutherford
| Albuquerque, NM, USA | | 0 Comments

Rs were the hardest thing for me to grasp, which is a pretty cruel fate when your name is Rusty Rutherford.

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Russell James Pyle - Pyragraph

Depression: A Musician and (Former) Psychotherapist Rising From the Struggle

Russell Pyle
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We artists open ourselves up to all aspects of life and this makes us prone to darkness.

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516 ARTS - Pyragraph

The 516 ARTS Studio Sale in the Gallery Fundraiser Is a Must-See!

Guest Blogger
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Guest Blogger Lea Anderson was one of the artists for the inaugural Studio Sale at 516 ARTS last year. She’s here to tell us why we should go this year!

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Fanboy with Homemade Joy, and Old Faithful Between My Legs

Little Bobby Tucker
| Albuquerque, NM, US | | 0 Comments

Do you think that the big Hollywood studios are right to sue the creators of these fan films for copyright infringement?

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Monica Schley - Pyragraph

I Quit My Day Job a Year Ago

Monica Schley
| Seattle, WA, US | | 0 Comments

In one year’s time, I’d say I’m not as rosey-eyed.

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Laura Freymiller - Pyragraph

How to Write on a Budget: For the Starving Writer in Us All

Laura Freymiller
| Madison, WI, US | | 0 Comments

I don’t know about you, but I have become almost addicted to writing in coffee shops.

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impressing your audience - Pyragraph

COUNTDOWN TO MEMORY #10: Not That There’s Anything Wrong With Audience

Amy Stacey Curtis
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My first two solo biennials (EXPERIENCE in 2000 and MOVEMENT in 2002) had interactive installations which involved entering, perceiving, maintaining, perpetuating, and moving things around.

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Aaron J. Shay - Pyragraph

Sci-Fi and Folk: They’re Not Mutually Exclusive

Aaron J. Shay
| Seattle, WA, US | | 0 Comments

Science fiction and folk music are complementary ideas. This may sound strange to some, but for me, it just makes sense.

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Submissive and Honest, and Former Star Wars Fan

Little Bobby Tucker
| Albuquerque, NM, US | | 0 Comments

I have discovered that I REALLY like my girlfriend putting a collar and leash on me and bossing me around.

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envious artist - Pyragraph

I’m So Happy For You That I’m Envious to the Very Core of My Being

Jed Alexander
| Davis, CA, US | | 0 Comments

I feel that envy. Because I want what you have. Now you may think this is all deeply unhealthy, but I know a lot of artists who thrive on it.

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Laura Freymiller - Pyragraph

The Cliché of the Depressed Writer: It Ends Here

Laura Freymiller
| Madison, WI, US | | 0 Comments

We all know the stereotype, the pale young man, wrapped in a dark coat, hunched over a leather-bound notebook in the corner of a smoke-filled coffee shop, consumptive, romantic, depressive. The writer’s writer. Scribbler of poems. That to which we all aspire. Which is, of course, a load of horse manure. I will continue writing Read more ›

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