Week 34 – Aug 26

Week 34 – Aug 26

Stupid
a short story by Dave Biscella

If Time
a poem by Fred Whitacre, Jr.

For more awesome weekly creativity, check out:

Makeshift Comics, where Elise Petras and her sister Brigitte create a new webcomic every week

Chris Fafalios Productions, where Chris Fafalios has begun putting out new videos multiple times a week with plenty more to come

and follow @WestyDraws on Twitter, where Jason West draws pictures for his son and daughter’s lunches every school day.

Week 33 – Aug 19

Week 33 – Aug 19

Self Deflection
a short story by Dave Biscella

What Happens to Innocence
a poem by Fred Whitacre, Jr.

also new this week:

Nolan Gary Bixler was born on Thursday, becoming the latest addition to Dave’s family:

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For more awesome weekly creativity, check out:

Makeshift Comics, where Elise Petras and her sister Brigitte create a new webcomic every week

Chris Fafalios Productions, where Chris Fafalios has begun putting out new videos multiple times a week with plenty more to come

and follow @WestyDraws on Twitter, where Jason West draws pictures for his son and daughter’s lunches every school day.

Week 32 – Aug 12

Week 32 – Aug 12

Babygirl
a short story by Dave Biscella

What I Know Now
lyrics by Fred Whitacre, Jr.

For more awesome weekly creativity, check out:

Makeshift Comics, where Elise Petras and her sister Brigitte create a new webcomic every week

Chris Fafalios Productions, where Chris Fafalios has begun putting out new videos multiple times a week with plenty more to come

and follow @WestyDraws on Twitter, where Jason West draws pictures for his son and daughter’s lunches every school day.

Week 31 – Aug 5

Week 31 – Aug 5

Lie In It
a short story by Dave Biscella

Sounded Like Fiction
a poem by Fred Whitacre, Jr.

For more awesome weekly creativity, check out:

Makeshift Comics, where Elise Petras and her sister Brigitte create a new webcomic every week

Chris Fafalios Productions, where Chris Fafalios has begun putting out new videos multiple times a week with plenty more to come

and follow @WestyDraws on Twitter, where Jason West draws pictures for his son and daughter’s lunches every school day.