Lauren Christiansen is a fiction and non-fiction writer. She graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in English and a Certificate in German and studied English at the University of Edinburgh for the full academic term her junior year.
As an artist, Lauren does what she pleases and is insecure about it. She devotes regular time to maintaining a persona on Facebook that is in the process of being turned into a feature piece.
In her personal life, Lauren dabbles heavily in foreign language, notably conversational French and ages 0-3 Swedish. Her other hobbies include opening many tabs with articles to read “for later”, mediocre photoshopping, and eating chips straight out of the bag.
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this poem is about jason bourne
source for original speech
2017 – Commence
Today’s submission comes from Carolyn Stallard: teacher, musician, life learner.
Direction of piece: We are in 2017 and we can complain about what’s happening, or we can make the best of it.
Original source: http://time.com/4778240/donald-trump-liberty-university-speech-transcript/
or, may we enter in ash and exit in honey
full speech here
Ryan / a writer and angry cross-dresser who is moving to Paris.
thank you so much to ryan for this rockin poem and i’m stoked to keep getting submissions and as a reminder they are always open, even if you’ve already submitted before!!!!
Sarah Fleming: mathematician, daughter, DIY goddess worshipper
original text found here
i frickin’ love this
thank you sarah!!!!! and yes, submissions are still open to anyone who wants to make an erasure please go for it
full interview from april 23, 2017 available from the ap here
original text: Remarks by President Trump at 2017 North America’s Building Trades Unions National Legislative Conference
today’s submission brought to you by: Aaron Karp, musician and computer scientist, trying to make pretty beeps and boops. (www.aaronmkarp.com)
thanks for the submission Aaron and anyone who wants to follow in his brave footsteps, submissions are, as always, still open.
“I Love But I’m Scared”
shout out again to Aaron for this addition to the project, and for labeling his submission images in page order — really appreciate it, man.