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Why I Am Designing Atheist Greeting Cards

Uploaded December 1, 2011 • As of December 29, 2015: 1,145 views • 3 favourites • 1 feature…

FEATURE: The World As We See It

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This is a great time of year to send greetings. Red Bubble and other places offer a huge selection of Christmas cards. There are many Hannukah cards as well. But for those who want to spread the love, yet do not identify with religion, the only cards that come close to being appropriate are the neutral “Season’s Greetings” cards. Although this option serves the purpose quite well for some, it is unsatisfying for others because Season’s Greetings cards are not accented with a particular philosophy or world view as Christmas and Hannukah cards are.

What I love most about this time of year is the sense of connection among peopl

Thrilled about artist-of-the-week feature!

Uploaded November 24, 2011
As of December 4, 2011: 27 views • 1 favourite
NOTE: My Artist of the Week feature has been archived on this forum page.

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I am absolutely thrilled to have a turn as featured artist of the week in the Theme Thursday–Feature Friday group!

This group has an unusual system for featuring artists. In exchange for participating (which requires only a bit of time and effort), you earn a place in the line-up of artists to have a turn at being the featured artist of the week.

This artist of the week feature includes a total of 8 featured works:
• 6 regular featured works (the whole top line of the 12 group features)
• Image of the week displayed on the group’s home page
• Group Avatar of the week (also displayed on the home page)

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Marking the 10th anniversary of being published

Uploaded October 2011 • As of December 5, 2011: 34 views…

I used to write. I started a number of short stories but I managed to finish only one. It was published in the Winter 2001–2002 issue of Lilith Magazine (a Jewish Feminist publication). To mark the 10th anniversary of my one claim to fame as a published author, I thought I’d share the story on Red Bubble.


About the story . . .

When I was a teenager (about a thousand years ago) I left my home in Toronto to find myself. I traveled through Europe, then I lived in Israel for six months, volunteering on a kibbutz. What happens in this story pretty much happened, with a few tweaks here and there to make it more readable. Back then, I had never really written anything (except for a few poems I kept in a duo-tang folder hidden in my desk

Thank you for the features!

I am thrilled to be a featured member of the First Things group and to have my artwork featured in other groups. A big thank you to my group hosts for the recognition!

FEATURED MEMBER: * First Things Group

FEATURED WORK:

Pink Grapefruit, 2010
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Avocado and Pepper, 2010
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Fruit and Coffee, 2009
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