The Painting on The Wall – Storyboard Finale
Jun19

The Painting on The Wall – Storyboard Finale

The neighbors are always peeking across each others lawns, comparing shades of green and looking for new gossip to fill their day with. Some of them just cant find anything better to preoccupy themselves with. Especially that airhead Mariah next door who’s always pretending she can’t see me from her kitchen while she’s waiting for her muffins to bake.

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Lucia Ventures Out From Slepford
Jun11

Lucia Ventures Out From Slepford

part one Weeks and months had passed. The weather was hot and humid which made the stench around the zombies more foul. The uninfected were miserable and bored. There was no real leadership among them; just a lot of talk and finger pointing. It took too much energy to keep destroying the walking dead; they were mostly ineffective creatures so a sort of tolerance had built up. Lucia’s strategy was to avoid or outrun them and only...

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Waiting For You
Jun08

Waiting For You

Waiting For You by Elle Thorkveld You’re driving down a dirt road sipping a coke I’m all alone, housework done my life’s a joke waiting for you waiting for you to come home to me You’re tapping the steering wheel chillin’ to the radio I’m standing in the kitchen wondering where did my day go waiting for you waiting for you to come home to me Now you’re revving your engine While I’m...

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Story for Final Storyboard by RMarie Beedit
Jun02

Story for Final Storyboard by RMarie Beedit

These past 4 years on his birthday, she’s found herself at the coffee shop playing pinball. Balls bounce against backstops and fly around crazily evoking more peace than a thousand empty night fields full of crickets and her unbearable imagining of him laying face down in the surf with too many other boys. But now, one last game and it’s time to move on. With pink hair, a chevy, and $56, anything can happen....

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Estelle’s Solution
Jun01

Estelle’s Solution

Estelle slapped her hand at the stinging on her damp neck. The humidity was awful and while the screen doors in the farmhouse were good, what with all the coming and going, some tiny, flying insects were bound to get in.

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Mom’s Memories About the Storm of ’43 by Veyot
May26

Mom’s Memories About the Storm of ’43 by Veyot

Do you remember that big storm of “43?  I had just come back from town doing the shopping. I had stopped in Woolworth’s and picked up some new sheet music, I think it was “Mairzy Doats” and “You’ll Never Know Just How much I love you.” ‘Mairzy Doats’ was fun to sing, but it had a jumpy arrangement, not worth playing. But you know, I could really get some emotion with the notes of...

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Storyboards Finale: MU Collaboration – By Pearl Grey and Art Oluja
May23

Storyboards Finale: MU Collaboration – By Pearl Grey and Art Oluja

  Pearl Grey and I have enjoyed collaborating to bring you the next (and last) group of story pictures. SL is such a rich source of inspiration for writers, and when you peek into a different world of imagination waiting to unfold in your own words, well how can you resist diving right in?   The ASU Virtual Heritage Island is such a charming sim. An admirable project by Professor Caproni and Painter Meriman, it draws you in...

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Man, Woman and Dog Story Board Collaboration
May18

Man, Woman and Dog Story Board Collaboration

Oona, Elle, Paypabak, Veyot & Neeva write stories inspired by a new series of images from Pearl Grey.

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Lucia and the Slepford Zombies
May16

Lucia and the Slepford Zombies

Lucia angrily stubbed out her cigarette. She reapplied her lipstick carefully. She didn’t really like the shade but no one could be too damned picky these days, not unless they were one of the wealthy, powerful bastards that lived in the pod stations several miles above the earth.

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Long Distance Relationship, a photo essay
May05

Long Distance Relationship, a photo essay

A meditation in photos on Long Distance Relationships from Feels Empty.

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“Margaret and Me” – A Poem by Pearl
May04

“Margaret and Me” – A Poem by Pearl

Oh my darling brother. I don’t want to stay. I don’t want to go. Here they keep saying that I’m too slow at managing the operating system of this body and the rules for getting ahead in this culture. Or words to that effect. I guess I could leave. I’d just be sent out on another mission to another weird planet with almost incomprehensible beings too soon. I’ve done my mission so well that I’ve been forgotten taken for granted. I would...

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Poetry In Three Dimensions – Neeva Torok
Apr29

Poetry In Three Dimensions – Neeva Torok

Words and Prims Both lighter than ordinary Matter Both colored Twisted Tortured Flung Building blocks They combine With neighbors Forming bridges As easily as walls Have you noticed Delete key Works the same Word or prim Have you noticed No takebacks Once given away I want to be a poet in three dimensions Lay down Rows of wordprims Watch them Take flight Scatter them Birds into the Twilight Neeva Torok April 27, 2015 @ Medici...

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MU/Stories Welcome!
Apr25

MU/Stories Welcome!

  Chances are, you’ve seen me around here, maybe even engaged me in a quick chat. If not, rest assured I have perved you from the rooftop of my studio at Tullia 1. See this as a more formal introduction. But where my writers at? Don’t get me wrong, I have been endlessly inspired by the ever- changing horizon of MU; the art galleries, the sculptures, the nudity. And even the MU/Creativity site, which is full of...

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