Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 04/04/2011


Photo taken on March 22, 2011



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Do it do it do it! Call it call it call it!

Do it do it do it!  Call it call it call it!
I took the Internet Creative Writing class from them, & it helped me out a ton. I owe I don't know how many tons' worth of my achievements to 877-Writers.

That is a favourite parking arrow of mine, up there, I like the red smudginess idea.

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In west Philadelphia on March 22nd, 2011, an advertisement for the "Gotham Writers' Workshop" at the northwest corner of Market Street and North 38th Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
PN181 Gotham Writers’ Workshop—Pictorial works.
PN181 Creative writing (Higher education)—Pictorial works.
LB2847 Advertising—Schools—Pictorial works.
TA455.P5 Plastics—Pictorial works.
QC495.2 Yellow—Pictorial works.
TE280 Sidewalks—United States—Pictorial works.
F158.68.W47 West Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pa.)—Pictorial works.
F158.37 Philadelphia (Pa.)—Pictorial works.


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