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    semifinalist for the jaeger competition https://go.deviantart.com/journal/The-Global-Jaeger-Contest-Semi-Finalists-750396655 here is my entry https://aalbc.com/tc/blogs/entry/194-richard-murray-creative-table/?do=findComment&comment=409
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    Submit to Fall/Winter 2018 Killens Review of Arts & Letters SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Theme: Gathering at the Waters: Connecting Family and Community through Literature and Art The theme of "Gathering at the Waters" connotes bringing together family and communities to look at the ways in which we affect and are part of each other's lives. For the upcoming issue of the Killens Review of Arts & Letters, Spring/Summer 2018, we want to continue that exploration of "connecting family through literature and art" in the works of writers of the African diaspora. We seek submissions of creative nonfiction, fiction, essays, interviews, book reviews, poetry, memoir, photography, and visual artwork on the subjects of family, community, and unity in narratives that tell of healing, nurturing, cleansing, and reflection in the times we live in. Please visit the link below for more information on submission guidelines. VIEW SUBMISSION GUIDELINES!!! http://centerforblackliterature.org/killens-review-fall-winter2018/ SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES: Please submit to only one category at a time: essay, fiction, interview, poetry, prose, and art. We aim to respond to your submission within two months. Please make sure the pages are numbered. Essay, Fiction, and Prose:  Please send one piece at a time. We have no set maximum length or minimum length for prose submissions. (The average word count is about 1,500–2,000 words.) Most submissions, however, are between 2,000–4,000 words.  Please set up your submission in Microsoft Word format, letter-sized with ample margins, double-spaced, using a standard typeface (e.g., Times New Roman, Helvetica, Arial) and font size (12 point is best).  Include your name, title of the work, and page numbers on your submission.  Also include a one- to- two -sentence bio about the author. If the submission is an academic essay with references, please include your bibliography at the end. Please do not submit book manuscripts. Poetry: Please send up to three poems. Art and Photography: We welcome all types of image submissions. Please include a short note about the context of the images and title and/or caption information. Please include no more than six hi-res jpegs (at 300 dpi). Electronic and Postal Submissions: Kindly e-mail material to writers@mec.cuny.edu and CReynolds@mec.cuny.edu with “Killens Review 2018” in the subject heading. Please include a brief introduction of yourself and of the work being submitted. On the first page of your submission be sure to include: 1. Your name 2. Telephone number 3. E-mail address Kindly send your submissions no later than January 26, 2018, to: writers@mec.cuny.edu. Make sure you have “Spring 2018 Killens Review” written in the subject line. Or mail material to: Killens Review of Arts & Letters Center for Black Literature, Medgar Evers College 1650 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11225
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    Happy June Solstice everyone, in the northern hemisphere, welcome the summer, in the southern hemipshere, welcome the winterIn a solstice the sun appears to be overhead the farthest from an equator, during the equinox, the sun is directly overhead the equator for less than a secondAurora borealis in Eskilstuna Mikael Sjöstenhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/micke66/16246783823/in/photolist-DUFyZr-qKF1Nt-reG3PC-reGXx5
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    Competition of Black owned Fiyah Magazine Issue 8 Theme: Pilgrimage | Accepting submissions July 1, 2018 – July 31, 2018 Every journey starts with a single step, and this issue is all about the trip, not the destination. We’re looking for stories of journeys to new worlds, of returning to lost worlds, and journeys of the soul. But, like always, make it weird, make it magical, make it Black. We accept submissions of short fiction 2,000 – 7,000 words and novelettes up to 15,000 words. Poetry What we want in speculative poetry is verse that struggles, reveals, instructs, comforts, and fights back. We are looking for weird, complex, honest and challenging work with a clear speculative element from black authors. You can check out this post from our Poetry Editor for more on what we’d like to see in your poetry. < http://www.fiyahlitmag.com/2017/02/07/poetry-editors-note/ > Submission Formatting The subject line of your submission must read “FICTION SUBMISSION: [Story Title]”. Submissions should include a cover letter written in the body of the email. Click here to learn more about how to write a professional cover letter. < http://inkhaven.net/2010/04/lessons-from-the-slush-pile-your-cover-letter-and-you/ > Submissions should be attached as a .doc/.docx file to your submission email. Stories pasted into the body of an email will not be accepted. Submissions should be submitted in proper short story manuscript format with your name, address, email address, and the story’s total word count on the first page. Click here for an example of proper short story manuscript format. < https://shunn.net/format/story.html > Email your submission to: submissions@fiyahlitmag.com
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    The Onmyoji contest finalist https://go.deviantart.com/journal/Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Winners-749751167 An article on the last action hero's origin. I always love when the film making process is exposed, to how wild it is. I place some quotes after the uniform resource locater link https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/last-action-hero-25-legendary-flops-writers-look-back-fondness-disgust-130013366.html Schwarzenegger reportedly told Columbia if they hired Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Princess Bride writer William Goldman to rework the script, he’d be their star; $1 million later, Goldman agreed to give it an uncredited polish. Penn: What I remember distinctly hearing was that he was working on Danny’s character. This could be total hearsay, so don’t hold me to this, but I remember reading the draft and seeing that there was a new starred page when he operates the crane. It said, “In this moment, as he operates the crane, Danny goes from being a boy to a man.” [Editor’s note: Leff said that line in unison with Penn.] Penn: I think I remember saying to Adam, “We’ve been doing this wrong.” If that’s all you have to do, we should have written, “And now the movie kicks into a higher gear that makes it great. By page 50, you’re going to love this.” I just remember thinking, “I can’t believe that counts as a rewrite. I also can’t believe that the great moment for our kid is operating a crane.” That was something that just seemed shocking to me that, “Oh yeah, I’ve always wanted to get into an action movie so I could operate a crane.” Leff: I have [had social interactions with Goldman] since. Very nice fellow. We’ve had some laughs about the movie and some of the things that went wrong. I think he also came away from it with some battle scars. Yet, even the award-winning talents of Goldman couldn’t satisfy the team in charge. What followed was a parade of highly respected script doctors and at least one beloved space princess. Penn: Carrie Fisher. Leff: Did Carrie Fisher do a pass? Penn: Yes, Carrie Fisher did a pass. … I did have an exchange with her once, and she laughed. [She said], “I don’t know why they paid me or what I did, but I did it.’ So. But who knows if it even made it in. Who knows? … By the way, I still have no idea who wrote what in the movie. Penn and Leff each named their specific issues with the final product. For Penn, it was the opening sequence in which Ripper (Tom Noonan) throws Slater’s kid off a roof. Penn: Our opening sequence was this crazy chase through the Beverly Center, with [Slater] saving a kid with one hand and shooting a guy with another and doing something really silly and unrealistic. But… Oh no, I have a better idea. A horrible, frightening-looking burn victim-serial killer from Manhunter ... throws axes at him and then hurls his son off the roof to his death. Which of those sounds like a more fun opening for this movie? And clearly it’s the serial killer. Leff: I think the thing that I gagged on and still gag on today was the magic ticket, that golden ticket, the magic ticket. That just still kills me. What we had done in the original script is … the kid is sort of getting sucked through the screen. Penn: Right, there was a tear in the screen. Leff: There is a tear in the screen, and he’s going up to inspect the tear and he actually kind of gets sucked into the movie, and you never really know exactly what happens. I don’t know, maybe that wasn’t great either, but to me it was better than a magic ticket, which which just makes me sick to this day. Leff and Penn also objected to the movie’s ending, in which Danny finds himself at the mercy of Ripper and must be saved by Slater. PENN: Imagine if E.T. was about a kid who just got pushed around and never did anything and didn’t help E.T. at all. That would not be effective. When you’re writing a wish-fulfillment story, someone’s wish needs to be fulfilled. Leff: His character never goes anywhere in the final version. Where we took his character might not have been the right place, in retrospect, I realize that 25 years later. We went way dark, but they probably could have taken it somewhere. Penn: In this, you really felt like he’s barely doing anything. I mean he’s meeting a girl who’s too old for him. I don’t know. I mean we could go on for a while. We had a lot of, there’s a lot of head-scratchers. You know, the animated cat obviously being one of them. I remember sitting in that premiere and just thinking, “What’s… why? What’s going on?” I thought, “Who’s running this show? How did this happen?”
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    COMPETITIONS or other entries Onmyoji fan art contest semifinalist, listing, look further for my favorites to the character i chose. https://go.deviantart.com/journal/Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Semi-finalists-748703841 I can see a Bounce < https://www.instagram.com/bounce_comic/ OR https://www.facebook.com/BOUNCEstrip/ > with a comic titled : an Onmyoji enters a bar the other emmas This artist had a similar idea to me, take her pose but change her activity. I like the drinking tea, the tea of death https://phuthieu1989.deviantart.com/art/Enma-Onmyoji-746546987 This artist did a head shot portrait. nice details in the face https://opi-um.deviantart.com/art/Enma-748267993 This artist has the best concept. The pose, positioning, environment, angles are very expressive. Sitting in front of the moon , on top of the spirit skull things, while she has maintained that character definition, the loose legs of the nightwoman, enticing yet deadly https://grafik.deviantart.com/art/Shikigami-Enma-747343653 CELEBRATING THE FINE ART OF CHILDREN'S BOOK ILLUSTRATION 38th ANNUAL EXHIBITION CALL FOR ENTRIES EXHIBITION DATES November 7, 2018 - January 5, 2019 ENTRY DEADLINE Friday, July 20, 2018 Melissa Sweet, Chair Laura Vacarro Seeger, Assistant Chair The Society of Illustrators invites publishers, illustrators, agents, and authors to submit books to the 38th annual exhibition of The Original Art, founded by Dilys Evans in 1980 and sponsored by the Society since 1989. A jury of outstanding artists, art directors, and editors in the field of children’s publishing will choose which books are to be represented in the show and will select gold and silver medal recipients. Jurying is anonymous, and an artist may have no more than two books accepted for the show. ANYONE MAY SUBMIT: Publishers, illustrators, agents, and authors. Publishers, please pass along the website link (in "How to Enter" below) to eligible artists if you are not able to submit their work. ELIGIBILITY All entries must be published in the U.S. Books printed overseas are eligible. Books © 2017 and 2018 and complete F&Gs © 2018 will be accepted. Books must be intended for children from newborn to twelve years old. Chapter books must have at least eight full-page illustrations. Books rendered in traditional and/or digital media are eligible. NOT ELIGIBLE: Books previously entered in the show, color proofs or printouts, self-published books, photographic books, textbooks, YA books, coloring and activity books, books based on licensed characters, anthologies with multiple, independent illustrators. HOW TO ENTER Visit the Society's website for complete rules and regulations. Go to https://goo.gl/forms/anW71apq7FKgpRG52 and fill in the form for each book being entered. Once the entry form has been submitted, an email receipt will be sent to you. Print out the receipt and tape it to the back of the book being submitted. Send the book and entry receipt, accompanied by the entry fee, to: Society of Illustrators The Original Art 2018 128 East 63rd Street New York, NY 10065 Entry materials will not be returned, and books will be donated to appropriate charities. ENTRY FEES $30 per title / $20 for SI members submitting their own work. Fee must accompany books. Please make checks payable to: Society of Illustrators. If paying by credit card (Visa / MC / Amex), attach information (type of card, name on card, number, exp. date) on a separate sheet of paper. You may also pay online through the Society's website here. To request an invoice, contact: exhibitions@societyillustrators.org. Invoice # must be included on check. If submitting one payment for multiple entries, include a list of books covered. AWARDS Gold Medal and Silver Medals chosen by the jury. Lifetime Achievement Awards nominated by a blue-ribbon panel and voted on by artists juried into past shows. Dily Evans Founder's Award presented for best new talent of the year. Chair: Pat Cummings. 2018 Jury: Gilbert Ford and Naoko Stoop, illustrators; Patrick Collins, Creative Director, Henry Holt Books for Young Readers. Awards Presentation: 6:00 - 9:00 PM, Thursday, November 8, 2018 Each artist represented in the show will receive two complimentary tickets; each art director and editor with a book in the show will receive one complimentary ticket. Additional tickets may be purchased for $30 per person. SI members: $25 per person. Learn more...
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    Dear Readers, I tend to enjoy reading various articles on writing , the industry, the concepts, et cetera. parallel to craft articles. These topics can be fun or engaging. As some of you know, I have a controlled electronic footprint, meaning, I don't keep old posts. This blog never had fifteen posts and never will cause I don't like ejunk. But, I realize, aside my posts to what I created and create, I need a post to just chit chat if you will. So this post will serve that function, through its comments I will posts various topics concerning writing. Onmyoji Contest , Pacific Rim contest , Below is a collage i made to Ty Wilson Art Richard Murray Short Story Collections Kobo Link OverDrive Link JIHI series Kobo Link Overdrive Link Gospel of Joseph Kobo Link Overdrive Link Richard Murray Collages Kobo Link SanaTambo Versions Overdrive Link Kobo Links English https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/sanatambo-adinkra Français https://www.kobo.com/fr/fr/ebook/sanatambo-adinkra-3 Português https://www.kobo.com/pt/pt/ebook/sanatambo-adinkra-1 日本語 https://www.kobo.com/ja/ja/ebook/NNxdRbPVXT-g8GicV2IVSw 中文 https://www.kobo.com/zh/zh/ebook/sanatambo-adinkra-2
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    Okay, here is my Jaeger submission. I had three conceptsm first which i liked alot but didn't really fit the narrative was Old Jaeger Park. The second was the Legendary Central Park Five, whose story I wrote, and comic, whosei did not finish. The last idea was a superway. In each idea, i wanted to do something else with JAegers, old used Jaegers/another kind of interwoven wireless neurological system using also history revisioning, and lastly, just another kind of city. In the films, like most big mecha or being films, cities seem designed ignorant to these things running around that will create damage. so, instead of a regular city, what if New York City has a run way, or walk way, that is above the street mostly, sidewalk somewhat, and thus Jaeger can use it to travel fare more easily through the city. This also coincide to my particular Jaeger, the Parkour Jaeger, yes, not a well thought of name. But, the idea is this Jaeger has joints that allow for more comlicated acrobatic movement than other Jaeger. Most Jaeger are designed on the human body but when you are facing things that are reptilian or insect in variance, i think you need more flexibility. the ability to turn through momemtum three hundred and sixty degrees. Thus, the nodes you can see in the image, are as large as the limbs, they make the Jaeger taller than average but also allow for that flexibility. In the image, the ParkRei Jaeger... better name right?... is holding on to a section of the superway while it flicked another Jaeger whose beam cannon tip we see at the top. I could had colored but I wanted to really focus on my inking as it connect to other plans going forward. The other element in the rules was to depict a place where you live. I took photos for reference all about new york city. For the Old Jaegers I took for a local park. For, the legendary central park five i took empir estate building or world trade. For Old Jaeger park or Legendary Central PArk five i didn't have the photos I liked. i needed another angle for reference, especially as I had wrote up the concept. But for the last one, ParkRei, i used rockefeller center. The structure of Rockefeller center worked in terms of my vision. It has a central urban feel while also some true space to get the angle i liked. Well for my emailers, you will have image stills. For all look to the creating videos below, yes I am still getting used to being recorded while I draw, angle wise. The official submission is in my deviantart page. Enjoy, i wonder what ideas you have. Development videos part1 https://photos.google.com/b/116457345954364049850/album/AF1QipMlgm4ZrJBANbLMQ96eN21sSgxD1ZMycF9HoOY0/photo/AF1QipNJ4BpEYDumGd4hNFPnneEF8-loPXrkIsMV9Onx part2 https://photos.google.com/b/116457345954364049850/album/AF1QipMlgm4ZrJBANbLMQ96eN21sSgxD1ZMycF9HoOY0/photo/AF1QipP4azkVA2IPqDxV_0OgYXlR5lQksZ8RRAVGuTM7 part3 https://photos.google.com/b/116457345954364049850/album/AF1QipMlgm4ZrJBANbLMQ96eN21sSgxD1ZMycF9HoOY0/photo/AF1QipO4WtTc7fJ-pJqyVYkuOy52B2GEWYJ3lV0olbaM part4 https://photos.google.com/b/116457345954364049850/album/AF1QipMlgm4ZrJBANbLMQ96eN21sSgxD1ZMycF9HoOY0/photo/AF1QipMQZnJTsDGvm4l6bIFC-MUVBNz2EYO4bzJmmI8I DeviantArt Submission https://hddeviant.deviantart.com/art/ParkRei-Pacific-Rim-Jaeger-Submission-749463275?ga_submit_new=10%3A1528836929 I wish more had joined me:) I will see you next time
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    Ok, I learned about the Onmyoji contest on friday. While going to deviantart to look at some entries for the Jaeger contest. Well, having no knowledge to the online massive multiplayer game Onmyoji, and little time to conceptualize what my entry will be, I came up with the following. https://hddeviant.deviantart.com/art/Onmyoji-submission-emma-and-the-seven-748288623 The idea was the character emma aside seven deadly sins. I am content for such a hurried creation while having no thoughts to the content. In contrast, I am a fan to gundam, or mechas in general so the jaeger comes with more familiarity for me. In a prior post, I utilized links to my skydrive storage area, but i realized upon more videos that a space limit is inevitable. Thus, i had to figure out where to go to place the stores. I chose google photos. Instagram or snapchat are used for personal purposes. I know artists in that system but usually they focus on photos not videos. Laslty, google photos space is the largest. AALBC is my blog place, and I invite you all to join AALBC, especially if you are artist. But, the black owned website, has obvious limits to loading content like videos. Below are links to videos made as I sketched or created. My first time doing so many, and especially while drawing. Another learning experience. If you are seeing this in an email, the photos stages are attached at the end. If you are seeing this in AALBC, the videos are all their is. ...before the links to the Onmyoji videos , here is a link to the Jaeger contest which end in seven days. I invite you all to share any ideas you may have to that. https://go.deviantart.com/journal/The-Pacific-Rim-Uprising-Global-Jaeger-Contest-744541834 Do tell me if the links are blockaded, they are supposed to be public. Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (1) https://photos.app.goo.gl/nW0odvDqiOuoW0R03 Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (2) https://photos.app.goo.gl/RrdyWvyoJV07cLjt2 Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (3) https://photos.app.goo.gl/P3FCCHJQZjQh5mhG3 Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (4) https://photos.app.goo.gl/UnRC54SQJZYMf80k1 Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (5) https://photos.app.goo.gl/mLkeakVn11ZiS5nF2 Onmyoji-Fan-Art-Contest-Creation (6) https://photos.app.goo.gl/bhHi7wbFG6XJVE3i8 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (1) https://photos.app.goo.gl/rRnc6ZxWERa9EY4V2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (2) https://photos.app.goo.gl/yNojWgufIqFNJVbC2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (3) https://photos.app.goo.gl/Jo9T6xeLZTewubky2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (4) https://photos.app.goo.gl/VCP3PtNBAeTpXeHb2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (5) https://photos.app.goo.gl/KsmDiPPcjd9rxtJN2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part2 (6) https://photos.app.goo.gl/hvCI58LxBb92ge4U2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (2) https://photos.app.goo.gl/3vNwF9x7iowBOUm03 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (3) https://photos.app.goo.gl/S3ZlhhTTuTDdBRw12 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (4) https://photos.app.goo.gl/uyoEcd9Mq8M5nDj29 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (5) https://photos.app.goo.gl/01GHnNcGc4wuojpr1 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (6) https://photos.app.goo.gl/TtLsnDtYVNMvbeVL9 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (7) https://photos.app.goo.gl/ryKTzb9eCrDyVN5z1 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (8) https://photos.app.goo.gl/Qurjw6pK3hxhcvZk2 onmyoji-fan-art-contest-creation-part3 (9) https://photos.app.goo.gl/EF2M5ynf8RzO33Bs1 The Folder Link https://photos.app.goo.gl/mZJ2RICfACZaSgtD2 Happy creating
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    My pleasure @TroyI did not read the article , I just wanted to read your thoughts. For me, the whole argument is false. In the same way, people in the past liked various kinds of books, people like various kinds of websites. Twitter is correctly named a microblogging site, thus it is no good for conveying a message through text, more a notice board, good for advertising or linking, but poor for in depth communication. Youtube is a video site. Thus people who use that mostly are not looking to read, but to view or listen. Snapchat/instagram are photo sites, that have video capability though not as in depth as youtube While they also have no grouping functions. Facebook is a complete social media platform. Thus the sites are not even similar, thus the comparison is flawed by default, for me. AALBC for example, is text based, though embedding to image or video is capable, thus the users will not be the same. If anything, my prediction long ago that the future internet will have people nestled to where they are comfortable is coming to fruition. None of the firms above will ever be out of business cause too many people are on them, enough money is made to keep going or it serves the function to a larger online media presence. Myspace is still in existence so... What site has the most people, like what book genre is the most bought, is a matter of taste from the viewership/audience not a suggestion that some site or genre is dead. and, taste change over time, sometime going back to formers, not new things.
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    thoughts to the article , youtube/instagram/snapchat are all about visual<photo or video> communication https://www.yahoo.com/news/facebook-no-longer-dominant-social-171627211.html @Troy?
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    I thought about black soldiers in memory and i wondered, why do black people in the usa not honor the soldiers who fought against the usa for the british in the secession of the thirteen colonies from the british empire? it may seem silly, but I pondered, those black folk were a small population but when you consider ninety percent from black people were enslaved in the thirteen colonies and the thirteen colonies did not make freeing black folk an agenda, are not those black people the primary people black folk in the usa need to honor , if we are to honor soldiers in the usa? If any of you are interested in viewing some screenplay drafts I have constructed and are willing to reply your thoughts... and you are not a member to my emailing list:) and you have an email, just tell me and we can connect. ... Now onto the Jaeger contest, i will have some drawings hopefully by wednesday. Information is below Who wants to join me in building a Jaeger? let us spend a week sketching, thinking, anything, then next week, wednesday, present our sketches to each other? https://go.deviantart.com/journal/The-Pacific-Rim-Uprising-Global-Jaeger-Contest-744541834 *From the page* Your last name may not be Pentecost, but you can still help avert the apocalypse. Pacific Rim Uprising will be available via download on June 5 and on Blu-ray/DVD June 19, 2018. To celebrate, we want to see what your Jaeger would look like on your turf and give you prizes for it! Create your own Jaeger and place it where you live, anyplace in the world you may be–maybe it's posing in your actual backyard, protecting the town square, or defending a local landmark. There are tons of options! Your Jaeger can be inserted into a photo or you can artistically recreate the location. First, Second, and Third Place winners will be chosen by Steven S. DeKnight, Director of Pacific Rim Uprising! https://go.deviantart.com/journal/The-Pacific-Rim-Uprising-Global-Jaeger-Contest-744541834
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    Who wants to join me in building a Jaeger? let us spend a week sketching, thinking, anything, then next week, wednesday, present our sketches to each other? LINK *From the page* Your last name may not be Pentecost, but you can still help avert the apocalypse. Pacific Rim Uprising will be available via download on June 5 and on Blu-ray/DVD June 19, 2018. To celebrate, we want to see what your Jaeger would look like on your turf and give you prizes for it! Create your own Jaeger and place it where you live, anyplace in the world you may be–maybe it's posing in your actual backyard, protecting the town square, or defending a local landmark. There are tons of options! Your Jaeger can be inserted into a photo or you can artistically recreate the location. First, Second, and Third Place winners will be chosen by Steven S. DeKnight, Director of Pacific Rim Uprising!
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    LIVE! in Los Angeles: LeVar Burton reads "Money Tree" by Nalo Hopkinson. Listen online: *Poetry from Nike* Don’t just look at me.Don’t look past me,or through me.Don’t hear my dialectand judge it as ignorance.You speak one language,I speak at least two.See me. https://nikewrites.wordpress.com/2018/04/27/see-me/
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    ethiopian post apocalyptic film enjoy @Mel Hopkins @Troy
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