I probably won't manage to make anything new for this year but I will take the opportunity to share the collage poem I made last year, since it is still one of my favorite things I've made

New , about climate change and planting seeds.

This is the second poem I've made by collaging together bits of text from an old econ workbook. (I'm planning to put them all together in a zine when I've completed a few more.)

The first poem, A Bad Dream, can be found here: https://emmajuettner.com/posts/a-bad-dream/

New now that I've set up my own server— hello, I'm Emma! (previously @emmajuettner@mastodon.art; I'll be migrating my follows over to this new account shortly)

I tend to post about knitting, making collage poems, cooking, creating generative art, mending clothing, tinkering with HTML & CSS, and reading sci-fi stories.

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I was going through some old files and found this digital collage from a class I took in college. The vibe I was going for was "gender euphoria but make it pulp sci-fi aesthetic"

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Picked up an 80s paperback today that, based on the back-cover description, I was expecting to be an eco-thriller about corporate negligence leading to a public health catastrophe.... And it is that, but it turns out this book is also incredibly horny. I haven't even finished chapter two yet and there have already been multiple sex scenes

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I stumbled across this 10-min short film on YouTube today: Gruff, by Julian Curi. It's really incredible— the animation is done with handcrafted paper puppets and props, with so much attention to detail. The story is also really touching (CW: parental death)

https://youtu.be/5p4s4k3eB_I

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I was going to go to bed on time this evening but then suddenly my brain decided I urgently needed to make some scratch paper notebooks out of junk mail envelopes... Now the hyper focus has worn off and I am very tired, thanks brain

(I am very happy about how the notebooks turned out, though)

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