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Cybil Sees A Dragon

Cybil enjoys the open sea. She leaves on mini-vacations whenever the other scribes won’t miss her, or if she’s on deadline and needs to get away. Leaving the land, becoming an island unto itself out there in the midst of great blue waters – somehow it rests her mind, eases her dreams, and the writing …

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Something Goes Wrong

Excerpt from work-in-progress “The Song of Isadora” Cybil jumps awake in a cold sweat. Shivering, without thinking, without knowing, she pulls on a robe and finds Sebastian. His dander is up and she knows her instinct is right. Something went wrong. Elsie. She must find Elsie.Just this once, she whispers to Sebastian. Faster than we …

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some more dragons

There was no lack of dragons to be found in Walt Disney World or Universal either. Here are just a few pictures of my favorites created out of Legos: That last one is me, fighting dragons! Or protecting dragons from humans, who knows?

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some dragons

I visited Orlando last week, hitting up the theme parks around town. I really loved experiencing the rides and parks while paying attention to the stories. Lots of new experiences and thoughts unleashed for my writing. (I miss the old Figment ride, but did get to create my own. She’s called Cond because the keyboard …

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excerpt | MYTHistory of the Son

MYTHistory of the Son play-in-progress By Cindy Marie Jenkins All rights reserved © 2011. Last week the Blue Dragon Scribe Shoppe appeared as a character in my new play, unbeknownst to the writer until I wrote it. That event completely fits into my mythology and ongoing writing development. Thanks to LA Writers Center for plugging …

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Dragon Compact excerpt

DRAGON COMPACT 10-minute play | excerpt below by Cindy Marie Jenkins Premiere as part of The Car Plays LA | Moving Arts at Radar LA International Festival GIRL (overlapping) I know. Drago, I don’t know if I can do this anymore. Driving….here? How did that witch know about this place? LA was just an old …

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I sat down to write, and a dragon flew out.

Cybil wakes up to scales and feathers bouncing from one side of her brain to another. She taps it, shakes, and just when she feels something sharp – is it a beak? – burrow out of her ear, Cybil whacks her hears with such force that whatever creature is in there surely fell unconscious. Ah. …

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