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I’m extending the deadline for FanArtPollooza 2011 through the end of Christmas break. Some of you asked for more time. New deadline is Monday EOD January 2nd. Can’t wait to see your entries!
This year we’re giving away a signed copy of The Dreamer Volume 2, with a personalized sketch inside of your favorite character! A signed Dreamer Print of your choice! A set of Dreamer Chibi Magnets! And all four of the Dreamer Short Story downloads!
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Serious Fred Knowlton Pillow! by taviannah
Inspired by Issue #8 Page 17!
The Dreamer Games (a spoof on the Hunger Games trailer) by bltshop!
Inspired by Issue #9!
The Dreamer: A War To Fight short story by BlueEcoFreak
Inspired by Issue #12!
Exert: “The uniform is completely ridiculous you tell yourself, and your fingers can’t help but find their way to the too tight collar as you tug nervously, impatiently. You hate how tidy your hair is, how proper. Hate how bright the room is, and how stuffy it is. You can’t breathe.
This well dressed person standing where you are isn’t you, and it won’t ever be you. But you’re stuck – trapped in this tiny, spotless room, pretending to be something you’re not:
A leader.” [Read the whole story here!]
Good Intentions short story by Brent
Inspired by Issue #12 Page 7!
Exert: Nathan looked at Tallmadge, and for the first time since they had made the hilltop Benjamin truly saw his friend. Instead of the good-hearted teacher, Tallmadge saw a man who looked for all the world as though every good and decent belief had been ripped from him, rearranged, and then shoved back inside with no thought given to their previous arrangement. It was almost enough to make Tallmadge fall back and clutch his heart, and indeed, were it not for the fact that he was talking to a man clearly in need of help, he would have done. The joke he had been about to make about there being no problems in war died on his lips and was instead replaced with a meek, “Pythias….Nathan….what’s happened?” [Read the whole story here!]
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