This week we're going to explore the visual aspects of artwork in its many elements, whether that be line, shape, tone, color, pattern, texture, or form. I was tasked with finding artwork that resonated with me, presenting my opinion of the pieces, and analyzing the elements that appeared throughout the works in an effort to explain what made the pieces so special. So, without stalling any further, I present to you three lovely works of art that
The Witch Who's Black as Pitch—Oh foulest witch, you inspire so much spite.
This was another assignment written for my creative writing class this semester. It was written while focusing on sound devices in poetry.
If you have a story, I'd like to hear it! I'm a writer for a paranormal and supernatural horror website (if you didn't already know that part) and we want real stories from real people about their real experiences.
Taking a creative writing course this semester, this week one of our prompts was to write a poem based on two contrasting paint colors—I immediately knew which colors I wanted to use, so here is After the Rain...
An impossible convergence of the tidy and the disheveled, I sit in an almost ironically retro office chair from the 70s—I don’t want to admit it, but this hideous faded tiger-orange cushion-covered chair that I scavenged from the transfer site has grown on me.
There has been a great deal of stuff happening for me lately, but I haven't had a chance to post news updates about any of it! I'm going to use the excuse of having last-minute stuff to do for the magazine; to be perfectly honest it had a lot to do with the new semester [...]
Hello! My name is Mary and I'm thirty-one years old, this will be my fifth winter in Alaska after having moved here from California, people typically ask me why I would move from sunny California to a place that is dark and cold for nearly half of the year. My answer encompasses my general distaste [...]
This last week is being posted a bit late because I took one of my summer trips across Alaska, and my boyfriend and I ended up taking a road adventure all the way to Homer, Alaska. So I'm backdating this entry for the day after I left on my trip--my apologies! We're exploring the last of the Oregon Urban Legends and Ghost Lore this week with the reports of a ghost soldier, tortured and killed mental patients, the ghosts of the Flavel family, and a haunted lighthouse! Enjoy!
This week we've got a good mix of urban legends, a repost of an original story by yours truly, and my final words on the Necronomicon.