Artemis Fowl: A Fowl Mood, is a non-profit zine, Featuring Artemis Fowl the Second as he gets up to his so-smart-it’s-criminal exploits.It will feature original art and written work, letting the talent of the Fowldom shine in a dedicated book of its own! The zine will be printed and all the earnings will be donated to the Make-A-Wish charity.It will be canon/headcanon centric. Ships, if included, must be implied and not direct. As well, to respect the source material this zine will be rated PG.—– Important dates! —–
Open Applications: May 21 2019
Closed Applications: June 21 2019
Acceptance e-mails: June 28 2019
So I've found a job in my hometown, so I guess I'm sticking around here for a while. :D
I'm working part time at Hobby Lobby in the frame shop, and I actually really like it. It's a wide, new skill set to learn, and I'm working with my hands and interacting with other artists and art lovers, which is fun. I never thought I'd enjoy working in retail, and I'm not sure I would if it were anywhere else.
I've also applied to teach art at a local art center, which would be nice if I got.
I'm trying to find an apartment too, and the second job would really help in that endeavor.
I feel like I'm finally moving into adulthood at 27 years old. I th
So I’m writing a fantasy/romance/coming of age novel based on Beauty and the Beast. It takes place in a completely made up world where most prejudice is magic/religion based.
However, though I have dealt with rejection and low self-esteem, I recognize I have not experienced nearly as much prejudice and hate as my MC has. I want to properly represent her.
My main character is biracial, and lives in a country that ostracizes her based on her skin color. They fear her because they believe the culture she represents is evil. This is fueled by their religious beliefs. My MC, Sabine, knows nothing of her heritage, only that it is the reason s