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Spectrum 26 Opens For Entries


Arnie Fenner

Above: The Spectrum 26 Call For Entries poster by Tyler Jacobson. It's official: the 26th Spectrum competition is now officially open for entries. This year's esteemed jury will be Kei Acedera, Wesley Burt, Bobby Chiu, Edward Kinsella III, Colin Poole, and Kristine Poole. There will be a few changes this year so I encourage everyone to go to the official website via this link for details. Deadline for entries is January 24, 2019. Why does…

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The Starting Bloq Ep 7: Creatives, Relocating (Part I)


Swain Hunt

October 13, 2018 - Creative pros need focus in order to be good at their jobs. Hours, days, and sometimes even weeks of consistent problem solving are what’s necessary to do brilliant work. When the challenges of real life pop up (a breakup, starting a family, someone close to you falling ill), the personal and professional collide. Today, we’re talking about creatives relocating. Making a plan, packing up your stuff, and planting roots in a new city, town or even country. And we have two incredible guests here to share their experiences: Christian Sager (writer, podcaster) and Tanna Tucker (cartoonist, comic book artist). Both speak openly and honestly about the pilgrimage from where they were, to where they are now.       Music provided by Bensound

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