The Twainer's Cube
October 1, 2007
Available: October 1, 2007
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Imogen Sans

Where I've Been: After reaching the pinnacle of my life's achievements in the 6th grade by winning the city-wide History Fair, I just didn't know what to do with the rest of my life. I mean, when you've won the History Fair for a model of a Roman Villa that you and your mom spent hours on every night reapplying . . . and reapplying the clay tile roof, what's left in life to bring you satisfaction?

Well ok, so maybe the frilly blue ribbon wasn't all that monumental in my life . As the glory of that fine accomplishment faded, I filled my time with a few living experiences abroad in Japan, Wales (as in the country, not the large marine mammal), and England, and although I wasn't born there, I consider Ft. Worth, Texas home (I mean, come on, they gave me the blue ribbon at the History Fair!). After earning an A.S. and a B.S., in subjects that I wasn't all that thrilled about, I decided to get an M.F.A. in film. I am almost done now and only have to film my thesis, a very expensive and very consuming project to be sure.

As one of six kids in a military family, I would often hole myself up in my room with a stack of books for a bit of peace when I wasn't playing some imaginative game with my younger twin sisters where we turned the large box hedge in the backyard into a secret fairy domicile inhabited by Barbies, Sylvanians, and My Little Ponies. Some might say I was an imaginative tyke although my mother might kindly refer to my early years more accurately as "delusional" as I harbored under some odd notions about Big Foot breaking in through my bedroom window to steal me away, or aliens beaming me up only to melt me alive from the toes up. Perhaps that was all from watching way too many horror movies as a kid . . . I'm still scared of big foot though.

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