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Olivia Li (’21) tells the delightful story of what happens when you don’t have a nightlight. Read the short, delightful tale here.
“Chinese parents don’t like to talk about sex-related topics,” Martin says. “So, when kids ask their parents where they come from, parents always make up some very obvious lies. … More
Tony Chao (Class of 2021) gives us ‘Danger in Noodletown’. As a child I was told to never break the noodles. I was told the longer you slurp the noodles, … More
Don’t miss Maria Schweitzer’s (Class of 2021) four-page, subtly animated comic about her childhood misbelief of thunderstorms and her great grandfather. Watch the full story here
Jacquelyn Kirby’s (’21) ‘Imaginary Ghost’ is the tale of a little girl who befriends the ghost that haunts her home. Watch the short here.
A young girl builds a house for fairies beneath a tree. The next day, she’s devastated to find no fairies have come to stay, though an unexpected visitor has decided … More
Matt Rota teaches the Analog to Digital class for MFA Visual Narrative. This year, the students told the story of a personal misbelief. Misbelief is a series of short narratives … More
Once upon a time, there lived an unhappy boy, thinking of escaping from this sad world all the time. The other night, he had a dream that he became a … More
Misssbelief is a series of short narratives illustrating the surreal world of childhood through the lens of misbeliefs held by the narrator that informed their worldview as a child. Watch the … More