Monthly Archives: February 2015

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My Take on The Legend of Korra’s Controversial Ending

Several weeks ago, I noticed a comment on Twitter referencing the idea that the Korra, the main character from “The Legend of Korra,” an animated show on Nickelodeon, was in a relationship with Asami, a female character from the show.

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My Take on The Legend of Korra’s Controversial Ending

Several weeks ago, I noticed a comment on Twitter referencing the idea that the Korra, the main character from “The Legend of Korra,” an animated show on Nickelodeon, was in a relationship with Asami, a female character from the show.

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Persistence: The Only Technique that Matters

Originally posted on Citizen Sketcher:
I don’t usually show my ‘bad’ sketches.  I often draw on loose sheets of paper, and tear up bad ones right on the spot. So there’s no evidence. These happen to be in a sketchbook, and this…

Persistence: The Only Technique that Matters

Originally posted on Citizen Sketcher:
I don’t usually show my ‘bad’ sketches.  I often draw on loose sheets of paper, and tear up bad ones right on the spot. So there’s no evidence. These happen to be in a sketchbook, and this…

Waiting

Originally posted on Backhand Blog:
On Wednesday I asked the students in my class to describe what they’d been doing earlier in the day, before our afternoon session began. While they scribbled I wrote alongside them, producing a dull summary…

Waiting

Originally posted on Backhand Blog:
On Wednesday I asked the students in my class to describe what they’d been doing earlier in the day, before our afternoon session began. While they scribbled I wrote alongside them, producing a dull summary…

#KenyanAndIndian

Originally posted on chanyado:
What is the sound of thousands of Indians rolling their eyes? This evening sitting in traffic, suffocated by a furious heat, I listened to the news on the radio. There is something odd about being alone in…

#KenyanAndIndian

Originally posted on chanyado:
What is the sound of thousands of Indians rolling their eyes? This evening sitting in traffic, suffocated by a furious heat, I listened to the news on the radio. There is something odd about being alone in…

Michael Christie: Reading and exercise

Originally posted on National Post | Arts:
Michael Christie’s debut collection of linked stories, The Beggar’s Garden, will be published this month by HarperCollins Canada. He’ll be guest editing The Afterword this week. We all know these moments. We emit a…

Michael Christie: Reading and exercise

Originally posted on National Post | Arts:
Michael Christie’s debut collection of linked stories, The Beggar’s Garden, will be published this month by HarperCollins Canada. He’ll be guest editing The Afterword this week. We all know these moments. We emit a…