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A Wrinkle in Time

by fyarlgiles


in the corner,

where the top lip turns into the bottom lip,

is a fine crease

that reveals the laughter

and devastation

of life already lived–

it is not red and tough

like the scar of a healed incision,

but gentle and strange–

and sometimes concealed


flattering lighting.

And although it is elusive

it is there to stay–

a faint reminder of the years

resting in lost


“A Wrinkle in Time” by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

Artwork: Valbona by Dessie Terzeiva 

This piece will be featured in an upcoming stage production called Cat-Fight, which explores  the complexities of womanhood!

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Disturbingly Familiar

by fyarlgiles


I can’t really put it into words.. but I like that there are so many recognizable pieces within it. .. Comforting and creepy at the same time. The pelvis- shape makes me think of birth and femininity … but the stark contrast between black and white and the sort of sharp but symmetrical corners give it an ominous feeling. Some elements are strong and warm, others seem tentative and reserved. It kind of looks the way I feel.


We Could Be Heroes

by fyarlgiles

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The first one is a quick sketch of Captain Marvel, the current female comic book. The other one is really old and I barely remember it… Pretty much just my love of old styles and steampunk.

 Superhero Sketches by Mitch Schiwal 

Cricket & Engenue: Artwork by Leigh Viner

by fyarlgiles


Cricket by Leigh Viner


Engenue by Leigh Viner

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Lashing Out

by fyarlgiles



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