Miss M

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Miss M travelled the great Zephyr and headed West where she attended The Art Institute of California. She performed in a circus and worked for a private investigator who introduced her to the real Maltese Falcon. She has worked for an animation studio nestled near a forest and now happily bides her time in an old opera house writing like a fiend and reading through a mountain of manuscripts.

You can reach her at the dovecote: corvusbluestudio@gmail.com


Written by corvusblue

September 5, 2009 at 6:10 am

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  1. Hi Meghan!

    My favorite monster is a dragon, but I don’t know if that counts. It’s not really a monster if you are friends with it. The only monster I am scared of is the Bloody Mary in the mirror. The one that appears when you stand in front of the mirror at midnight and chant “Bloody Mary” three times. You have to hold your arms like you are carrying a baby. She is supposed to appear and give you a baby. I’m not sure what you do at that point but I heard that if you drop the baby she will chop off your head. I’ve never tried it.

    Miles Exner

    November 26, 2009 at 1:21 am

  2. I was always scare of the monster that might come and live under my bed. I would jump into bed, hoping I was too fast for it to grab my feet. When I got up, I jumped out of bed and ran as fast as I could from the bed. When I got to where it was safe, I would lay down on the floor and search under the bed.

    Mary Nida Smith

    November 27, 2009 at 10:22 pm

  3. I think my favorite monster is a vampire. They seduce you and force you to become evil like they are. Your only safety is faith which innately waivers so you really are never safe. How scary to NEVER be safe!

    Christine Zantow

    November 30, 2009 at 2:26 am

  4. I think that my favorite monster will always be the Boogeyman. I don’t know if he really counts as a “monster”, but every single child I know has feared him. Whether it was going to bed at night, or simply being alone in my bedroom, the Boogeyman was always there to haunt me. AHH!

    Anthony Lamb

    December 1, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    • Thanks, Anthony! What do you think the Boogeyman looks like? 🙂


      December 1, 2009 at 8:52 pm

  5. My favorite (?) monster is the scary great-aunt. She comes to me in dreams from my childhood. She smells of vapor-rub, moth balls, and congealed grease. Her face is the envy of circus clowns: lipstick the color of bubble gum, bruises of rouge the shade of over-ripe tomatoes, and false eyelashes prone to falling into tea cups. She claims she isn’t strong enough to carry her own bags, but the mark left when she pinches your cheek lasts for weeks after her visit.


    December 3, 2009 at 3:49 am

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