The Show Tell Project

For Seymour's Fat Lady

End of “Hypochondraway” Story

by fyarlgiles


Lizzie gawked in horror as bloody tears wandered down my face.

” Oh my! Don’t worry, mam. You are just having an abnormal reaction to the- -oh dear.”

Her eyebrows crinkled as she tried to resist a frown. Her broken wincing face got smaller and smaller until I couldn’t see it at all anymore. I could feel my body losing itself, becoming more and more empty every minute, with every intense suck of the machine. All that blackness was seeping out forming small puddles of me on the floor. Drip. Drip. Drip. Into the cracks between the tiles. Lizzie’s voice swooped in: “I can’t! I can’t! Everything is leaking out! It’s everywhere, she’s everywhere!”.

I fell back and stared at the snowy white ceiling. “You’ll soon be forgotten”,it said brightly.

by Angie Hoover- Hillhouse

Cricket & Engenue: Artwork by Leigh Viner

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Cricket by Leigh Viner


Engenue by Leigh Viner

Leigh’s Etsy Shop here:

More about Meaghan and Angie

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We are best friends! And partners (in business, not in oral pleasure)


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Meaghan works for the Australian Consulate (where she met Thor, but will not allow Angie to post a photo) and Angie works at a Community College as a Writing Tutor and Student Instructor. She doesn’t understand that this is a sort of boring fact and frequently discusses argument structure at parties…. effectively scaring away all the interesting people.

We love these things!

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and these things:

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We think art is incredible and we love to share it and discuss it with each other and you.

My Morning with Marilyn

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Photo by Fairytale Couture

More of Fairytale Couture’s Photography here:

I love Nipples

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“September 2012” by Alison McPherson

Alison and I bonded over our obsession with incorporating breasts and penises into our artwork. We also bonded over the feeling of subtle horniness & extreme emptiness incited by Mad Men.


Alison’s Blog:

Winter Town & Figurines

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These are some ornaments I made out of sculpy about 4 winters ago. Beth and I did not have a background, so we threw together a Winter Wonderland using cotton balls and highlighters.



Photos by Beth Raper

Artwork by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse