A Month Of Dreams — The Team Task

JEN

I know there are a bunch of things we could of done, and there were people hoping we’d get together and make some random dreams come true. I apologize, I just didn’t have it in me. It’s my hope that my reticency will be met with renewed personal fervor. IE: If you liked the idea, you can do it on your own.

What we did do.

We made fever dreams come true in Columbus Ohio. Demons, Templar, and civilians crashed through the streets of German Village to create a work of large scale collaborative fiction.

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A Month of Boundaries: Red Line Book Club

Hillel gifted us with this idea of creating a space within a space after he started busting out moves at a club. The audience told him, “You’re a really good dancer!” But rather than rock out to the dance club grooves he didn’t care for, he had popped in his earbuds. The club was just …

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A Month Of… Boundaries – a poem

Windthrow Rare on Established Specimens

No wonder it’s called milk thistle, that purple
bauble with its auriole of thorns. Milk is prickling
in me again– letdown, they call it.

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A Month Of – Dreams: find the stuff fiction is made of

It was a conversational show. After the stories people asked questions. Said, “Wait, what about?” The show felt sort of dreamy to me. The way it ebbed and flowed reminded me of a tired late night conversation between friends. One where you don’t want to go to bed, so you ask one more question, you …

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Bound 2

Shut up Kanye, this isn’t about you. However, I do feel like the amount of effort I’m putting into this write-up is on par with Yeezus’s effort. Sorry guys, I’ve been busy. Part I: Tempus Terminus Speaking of busy, the 2 bar charts below explain what that means. After spending over 3 years in Chicago, …

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Duo and Bonnie – Preview Post

This month, we’ve taken to celebrating boundaries and our ability to define spaces.

Boundary

To be the first to find out what Duo and Bonnie did, you’ll have to come to the show tonight. (Those who can’t make the show will be able to read their stories on Friday.)

A Month Of
Stage 773
1225 West Belmont
7:30 Food
8:00 Stories
$10 or Free
Facebook invite

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A Month Of… Boundaries – Define a space

The debate was not particularly heated and we came together and decided on…

Boundaries
Define a Space

A Month Of… Boundaries
@stage773
1225 West Belmont
7:30 Food
8:00 Stories

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Story Luck at Feastival

This weekend we will be at Eco hosting a Story Luck style open mic with three guest features.

Story Luck
Saturday July 26th
Eco
2042 W 21st Street, Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60608
9:30-10:30
Tickets are available here!

And here is the Facebook invite with full details: Edible Alchemy Hosts Feastival at Eco

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A Month of Preview: Genius Gambler

This month’s theme is “Genius: Be an Inventor.” Unfortunately for me, no genius source of inspiration came readily, until I stopped wracking my brain for ways to make something original and new. I’m going to try to borrow from one of the oldest tropes associated with “The Genius” – as someone who games the system, …

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This Task Sucks

In which Duo gaslights himself.

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