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ACC in 2019: May

In May, a brand new season of blogging content from Electric/Eccentric premieres, including more poetry, short stories, Anna Farmer, and Starlight! Meanwhile, learn my Top 5 Comics of 2018, get a closer look at the city of Portland and what it means for The Valley Chronicles: Tempest, check out more of ACC Cinematic’ inaugural season […]

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ACC in 2019: April

April Showers bring an end to ACC Pub Ink’s all-encompassing hiatus as ACC Cinematic begins its first “season” of consistent content! Starting now, our YouTube channel will produce 3 original videos every month until the end of the season, typically consisting of a sketch and one promotional video related to Two, The Valley Chronicles, or […]

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Prologue (Anna, Farmer)

I am planning to begin a serialized children’s tale based on a game my sisters and I played as young children. The following is the Prologue, modified and reprinted from an earlier iteration on this blog. There once was a sizable farm nestled in the hills of Northeast Maine, just East of the once- bustling […]

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ACC in 2019

For the past two years I’ve organized upcoming projects into initiatives– first ACC 2017 and then ACC 2018. That is not the case this year. Read on to learn why and what you can expect during the 2018-19 creative cycle. ACC 2017 & 2018 – In Memory Before I explain where I’m going in 2019, […]

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Spring Cleaning & Updates!

Activity on this blog has slowed to a crawl as of late, which has a lot to do with a) finals b) the hellish production of two‘s pilot and c) the fact that I’m graduating in maybe like 48 hours? Crazy. So, yeah, things have been hectic, and things are changing, and I felt it […]

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Prologue (Anna, Farmer)

The following story is based on a game my sisters and I played as young children. There once was a sizable farm nestled in the hills of Northeast Maine. Although McDermott Acres, better known to locals as the Acres, had once been rather charming, the appeal had long since peeled away. Indeed, much of the […]

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