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Carrie Cuinn
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Journal, Feb 11, 2017



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MOVING MOVING MOVING (Hey, I'm moving! And you can help.)

We’re moving at the end of the month. I’ve got most of the work and finances sorted out, but if you’re able to contribute a little time, or a few dollars, please see below. I haven’t been able to afford my current apartment since pretty much when I moved…

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Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives Documentary, 2015. 3/5* Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives doesn’t intend to teach you much; it’s basically a love letter to Adrian Bartos and Robert Garcia, who hosted “The Stretch Armstrong and…

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"You're gonna need LOTS of glue!"

When I was a kid, growing up in Central California, there was a series of PSA-type skits that were shown on TV. They were usually a minute long, and the two puppets who starred in these spots, Charley and Humphrey, related life lessons by example.…

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For most people, 2016 was a fucked up, miserable, factually terrible dumpster fire of a year. Icons died, racists thrived, and everywhere you looked, someone else was telling you not to be so upset, not to take it all personally, and not to worry because…

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After several months of working to build my freelance side gig into a reliable full-time business of my own, I was nearly to where I could at least pay my usual expenses without too much help, and on track to inch my way forward into financial stability.…

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My 2016 Awards Eligibility Post (with links)

I have two short stories out this year that I loved and am proud of, for entirely different reasons, and which are also “award eligible”: “That Lucky Old Sun” Apex Magazine, Issue 80. January 2016. I started out the year with an appearance in a big,…

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New blog post: BRB, Working (Offline into December)

I’ve been so busy with Cuinn Edits, for more than two months now, that I’m starting to think I may have successfully turned my part-time side gig into a real full-time job, after only 18 months of struggling and hustling and selling myself. Fingers…
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