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New artwork–The Carney

New for 2013 is The Carney by Ara Hagopian. The picture started as a pen-and-ink on board drawing, which was finished in Microsoft Paint. The Carney is Ara’s 98th artwork going back to 1979, when he studied art with the late wildlife artist … Continue reading

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Goals for 2013

Writing Goals for 2013 For 2013, I want to gain new readers via the following: Continue writing quality short fiction and non-fiction. Produce at least one new drawing and its story (no new drawings were produced in 2012). Produce a … Continue reading

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2012 Story Guide

2012 Story Guide We debuted our online magazine, “Ara Hagopian’s The LITERATE Show” in April. Our tagline—beautiful images and the stories that drive them—represented over 30 original fiction and non-fiction pieces published in 2012. Our goal is to reach readers. … Continue reading

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One Nation Under Don

FICTION Two seventeen-year old friends, Mike and Don, walked a gravel road in summertime, a pace apart. Mike carried a backpack. Don carried two suitcases full of the items needed for a life away from Hometown. A fifty-dollar jalopy stood at the … Continue reading

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Shelburne Falls Photo Greeting Cards

Brand-new for 2012 is this line of eleven Shelburne Falls photo greeting cards, highlighting the beautiful and historic western Massachusetts town in the Berkshire Mountains. Enjoy the photography of rural America.

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What Happened to Vicky Lee?

This story has been published and is available in the book WHAT HAPPENED TO VICKY LEE? A COLLECTION OF STORIES By Ara Hagopian. The softcover, which features 23 fiction and non-fiction short stories can be purchased here: http://vickyleethebook.com/

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