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    Putting the “Fan” in Fan Fiction

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    T-minus 3 weeks until the END of the semester! I’m losing my mind. Don’t know if that’s because of the apocalypse or if it’s my work load. Fan Fiction. We’ve all read it. Some of us have created it. Don’t lie to yourself. 😉 This week was filled with it! (Kind of) I was to complete 12 […]
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    The Land of the… Survivors?

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    I created an accurate as fictionally possible depiction of “The Land” in California by Edan Lepucki. Of course, as the title explains, these characters are in California, however, they travel to a community/part of land that is called “The Land.” When you think of the word land, one may think about a plot of land where you can […]
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    Let’s See Some ID

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    Frida Ellis’s medical ID can be found above. If anyone sees her, please call: (804)-555-8156 Frida is pregnant and needs medical attention. Thank you. BEHIND THE SCENES: I knew I wanted to create an ID card for Frida, from the novel California by Edan Lepucki. I also wanted to find a picture that would best illustrate […]
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    Frida’s Apocalypse Bucket List

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    Figure every last thing out about Micah and the Group Figure out why the Millers committed suicide Live long enough to watch baby grow up Find our old house/neighborhood after this is over Eat pizza at least one more time Frida’s bucket list was found today inside her journal, and I felt like the bucket […]
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    The Backstory on August

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    August, A.K.A. Frida and Cal’s ‘trading partner,’ has even more to his story than we could have ever imagined. He has always been someone who listens to other peoples’ problems before he explains his own story. August grew up in a family in which everyone did everything for themselves. He basically taught himself everything he […]
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    Apocalyptic Fiction and A Weekly Update

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    This past week, I have explored apocalyptic fiction in several different mediums. I watched an episode of a BBC Docuseries called Horizon which came out in 2004. The episode I watched showed five different possibilities of how to world, as we know it, could end. The first scenario was a massive tsunami. The second was a […]

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