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Carmilla Voiez · 5M ago

Beyond breakdown: Exploring Regimes of Maintenance

Originally posted on Discard Studies: By Jérôme Denis, David Pontille This article was originally published in continent 6(1) under a CC BY 2.0 license.  DOWNLOAD PDF Mending, repairing, fix...
Carmilla Voiez · 6M ago

On Fearless Girl, women & public art; or, no, seriously, the guy does not have a point.

Originally posted on Caroline Criado-Perez: You have probably seen this blog on Fearless Girl vs Charging Bull which has been floating around social media the past couple of days. Yesterday ...
Carmilla Voiez · 6M ago

How to create a graphic novel

I wrote about the process of creating Starblood the graphic novel and its sequel Psychonaut on my blog, including the script, character concepts and finished pages. Follow this link to read ...
Carmilla Voiez · 7M ago

Legion FX

I blogged a review of the first 5 episodes here – Carmilla’s blog on wix
Carmilla Voiez · 7M ago

I <3 iZombie

With the season 3 hitting our screens next month I’m looking back at the first two seasons of this compelling TV show created by Dianne Ruggiero and Rob Thomas (also responsible for Veronica...
Carmilla Voiez · 7M ago

Do you Remember?

Check out my latest blog post, an autobiographical short, “Do you Remember?”
Carmilla Voiez · 8M ago

New releases and coming soon

New content on my website http://carmillavoiez.wixsite.com/carmillavoiez including first looks at pages from upcoming releases. Image shown by Anna Prashkovich.
Carmilla Voiez · 8M ago

Celebrating the Evil Dead

Check out my blog post about Ash vs Evil Dead and the Evil Dead trilogy  
Carmilla Voiez · 8M ago

Holocaust Memorial Day

Originally posted on Elisha Gabriel: ? Seventy years. Over the decades the stories and memories become deeper. The first German lesson. Did anyone know any. Yes, I said: Nichts rauchen Nicht...
Carmilla Voiez · 9M ago

Dead Horse Summer by Sumiko Saulson

Dead Horse Summer By Sumiko Saulson The things that frighten us most are those that remind us of our fragile existence and the terrible ways we can die; like the frozen grimaces on the face ...