Bri Craig (she/her) is a variety pack writer. She enjoys writing poetry, webcomic features, humor, short stories, and personal anecdotes. Basically, neither of us will ever know what will be posted next!
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The Saga of the Zucchini Bread
When I was in elementary school, I had to do my first big science project - tri-fold board and everything. This whole journey started innocently enough, my dad helped me pick up zucchini seeds, pots, and soil. I placed a few zucchini sprouts under different conditions and then measured them daily to see which plant grew the tallest.
A Sea of Dragons
[START] There weren't always dragons in the Valley. I understand what you’re thinking, but it’s a common misconception. You see, dragons used to be aquatic creatures, they lurked deep into the seas, speckling the imagination of our fishermen (who, as we both know, don’t need the encouragement).
The Beauty of the Simple Cocktail
"Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance" - Coco Chanel The world is a hectic and chaotic place, but that doesn't mean our cocktails have to be the same. Many folks want to have restaurant-quality cocktails from the comfort of home - but the high ingredient lists and fancy names can start to feel daunting. However, I believe every adult deserves to have an easy cocktail free from crowded bars and expensive up-charges. So today I've gathered 5 classic cocktails that only need 5 ingredients - and, I've included notes on where to find special ingredients, or what substitutes work or don't work.
16 Marvelous Mario Comics
Even if you aren't a video game connoisseur, you still might recognize the loveable red plumber, Mario. That's probably because Mario is the face and namesake of the best-selling video game franchise of all time (over 750 million copies of games sold) that has extended into tv shows, feature films, comic books, and theme park attractions.
Crisis Economics In Three Parts
Crisis Economics in Three Parts I. Supply and demand. You have learned there are two things in supply and three in demand. You walk to the market with only your adolescent body and a locked front door. You ask the salesman whether he stocks safety, compassion, or at least a birthday cake. Supply is low. Demand is high. You cannot afford this. You wish that pocket lint and welts operated as currency.
Universally Likable Webcomics
As many of you might know, I'm a bit crazy about webcomics. So much so that I've created a bit of a mini-series about the webcomic artists who I've grown to love. These articles have covered a variety of comics that suit a lot of different, and sometimes niche interests such as:
Animal Webcomics that don't bite
Above all else, I consider myself to be an animal lover and a connoisseur of comics. Although a few of my readers may have already figured out the latter (this is, after all, my fifth article about comic strips), I feel as though all of my previous articles have done a disservice to the wonderful animal-based comics that exist out there in the world.
- Runner-Up in From Across the Room Challenge
Webcomics to make you laugh and make your mother blush
In the pre-internet days, many prominent comic artists were limited to subjects suitable for print magazines, newspapers, and books. However, in the age of the internet, more and more comic artists and illustrators could follow their dreams, and find an audience who will love comics in any niche. With this emergence of talent and freedom, A larger breadth of comic genres can come into the light, including dark humor, raunchy subjects, slice-of-life, niche nerd humor, and wholesome comics - all of which might have been passed up by typical print sources.