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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ACC in 2019: March

Welcome to the last month of ACC’s all-encompassing hiatus! This is our last sparsely-populated, unassuming period before a new season of something or other starts up in April. Keep hanging with me and check out this fun content! Sunday, March 3- “I Believe…” (Personal Essay) Thursday, March 7- “Chapter 3: Sally” (The Outsiders Club Excerpt) […]

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ACC in 2019: February

As we roll along into February, the majority of my projects continue to be on hiatus! Therefore, this month will be a light one, featuring a spattering of small bits and pieces from various projects as we lead into the final month of hiatus (March) and prepare for new seasons to begin. This month you […]

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Poem: Pressure

In and out and back  again, And again the days  begin, they pile, And pummel, and push push push and you can’t see an end in sight, It clutches your bones in the dead of night and heart is tangled, heart’s on mend, it skips and skips there is no end. Breathe breathe breathe you […]

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Ranking Every Season of Joss Whedon’s “Buffyverse”

Though it hasn’t aged quite as well as one would hope, Joss Whedon’s Buffyverse saga– consisting of seven seasons of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and five seasons of “Angel”– still marks a turning point in serialized television, expertly juggling modern themes and a complex mythology with well-developed characters and fascinating inversions of horror tropes. The […]

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