Bedroom in Arles - Pyragraph

S.S. Writing Space

| Washington, US | | 0 Comments

Make a list of what you must bring into your writing space. Include: a table, a chair, paper and pen. Silence and solitude, and not much else.

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artist talks - Pyragraph

COUNTDOWN TO MEMORY #11: Giving Artist Talks

Amy Stacey Curtis
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After my first solo biennial exhibit of interactive installation (EXPERIENCE, 2000), I started giving artist talks—as many as I could.

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Amanda Kooser, James Lee Burke - Pyragraph

111: Chasing James Lee Burke’s Rejection Total

Amanda C. Kooser
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I know this all sounds very rah-rah and hang in there, kitten. I’m not one to stare lovingly at motivational posters.

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Meow Wolf - Pyragraph

PyraDEAL: 15% off Meow Wolf Exhibition Tickets!

Pyragraph Staff
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We are so stoked to offer this deal from our friends at Meow Wolf! Get 15% off any exhibition tickets (this excludes music events) you buy between now and July 31, exclusively for PyraPASS holders!

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Wanting to Help a Friend Addicted to Heroin, and Still Angry

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

He asked me for a small amount of money and promised me that it was not for drugs. I want to help but I don’t know if I can trust him.

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Nathan Singleton - Pyragraph

How Big Is Your Audience?

Nathan Singleton
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I’ve followed a lot of advice on how to “grow an audience.” How to “build a fanbase.” Sounds weird to me—like gardening or carpentry tips.

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Search & Rescue - Pyragraph

When You Don’t Know What You’re Doing, Everything Is Possible A comedy feature film done backwards and upside-down for cheap

Guest Blogger
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Guest Blogger Nate Gubin lays down the unique style of storytelling in his comedy feature film “Search and Rescue.”

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self-employed writer - Pyragraph

So You Wanna Work in Your Bathrobe: 5 Survival Tips for Small-Scale Entrepreneurs

J.H. Moncrieff
| Canada | | 7 Comments

I never think of myself as a small-scale entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs are people who have to hustle all day, negotiating and making deals.

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Zachary Evans - Pyragraph

Learning How to Schedule Has Saved My Art

Zachary Evans
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I have always been a fairly spur of the moment person. With how busy my schedule has become, however, scheduling is now absolutely essential.

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Using Gaydar, and Disconnected on Stage

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

Sometimes when I am performing, I feel disconnected from the audience. Part of this is from looking out and seeing so many people looking at their phones.

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Sarah Kennedy - Pyragraph

5 Ways Your Smart Phone Can Make You a Better Comic

Sarah Kennedy
| New York City, NY, USA | | 0 Comments

Say you’re just the most organized comic on the block. Say you’re onstage and you can’t remember those super organized jokes you so meticulously banked in your Evernote app. Let’s just say all that.

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Laura Freymiller - Pyragraph

The Mystery of People: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Networking

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

It’s usually just a matter of opening my mouth and saying those words “I’m a writer,” or more often, “I’m trying to be a writer.”

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