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#DailyWIT Day 15/365: Sara Al-Jack is a prize-winning Sudanese writer. While none of her full-length works have been translated into English, this fiction was recently published in December in @wwborders:…
#SudaneseLit #WIT #WomenInTranslation #AfricanLit
#DailyWIT Day 16/365: Malka Lee was a Yiddish immigrant poet who wrote about the pain of watching the Holocaust from the USA.

Just a portion of her memories from childhood were published in Found Treasures: Stories by Yiddish Women Writers (1994). #YiddishLit #WIT #HolocaustLit Image
#DailyWIT Day 17/365: Ishrat Afreen is an Urdu writer from Pakistan, with select poems available in English translation in the anthology, We Sinful Women: Contemporary Urdu feminist poetry.
#Poetry #PakistaniLit #UrduLit Image
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Don't make this common staging mistake.

This will help in #comics, #animation, #kidlitart, and #illustration of all sorts. Image
Is this an acceptable cheat? That's subjective.

I personally think it's okay to cheat when it supports the story.

However, like this example, drawing in perspective is part of the craft of visual storytelling. It's not a facet of the story itself.
This mistake is so common in television animation storyboarding.

I've seen it frequently on every single production I've worked on.

Look, board artists have to work fast, often sloppy. They're not expected to nail everything right.

But I think this one's easy to look out for.
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