That’s Affirmative, Sir!

Pride Month and Graphic Inspirations.

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The local art collective to which I belong had it’s Pride Month exhibition last Friday. As part of the festivities, we erected two racks with affirmation cards clothes-pinned on. The idea was that people could take a card if they wished and they could leave a card if they wished, usually an affirmation of their own manufacture on some surplus scrap-booking…

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I’m here to publish, read the work of a few good writers and occasionally offer competent critique in select circumstances. I’m not here to socialize.

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