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The Quirks By John Vooys
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Some poetic thoughts and illustrations of the oddities of communication - the everyday quirks of life. This is one of the products of my final semester at the Alberta College of Art and Design.
Quirk By KelleyWalker Chance
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Quirk's Evil Little Comic By Matthew Quirk
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Quirk's Evil Little Webcomic - Year One, The Book
Wrinkles: Quirk-e Collected Writings Volume 4 By Quirk-e
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Stories and poetry by queer seniors in the Queer Imaging and Riting Kollective
Quirk of Fate By J.A. O'Rourke
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The Life of prison guard Janice Blackwell was in constant turmoil. Between the loss of her parents, heavy drinking, and a divorce, her quality of life was disintegrating before her eyes. Even though... More > she accepted help from her aunt and uncle, her futile attempts to get back on her own two feet and rise above her desperation, landed her in the middle of compromising situations in and out of the prison walls. She refused the help from her best friend Chuck, who could only stand by and watch her self-destructive behavior push her further away from him and closer to a greater depth of despair. Which ultimately led her to a disturbing Quirk of Fate.< Less
Quirk of Fate By J.A. O'Rourke
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The life of prison guard Janice Blackwell was in constant turmoil. Between the loss of her parents, heavy drinking and a divorce, her quality of life was disintegrating before her eyes. Even though... More > she accepted help from her aunt and uncle, her futile attempts to get back on her own two feet and rise above her desperation, landed her in the middle of compromising situations in and out of the prison walls. She refused the help from her best friend Chuck, who could only stand by and watch her self-destructive behavior push her further away from him and closer to a greater depth of despair; which ultimately led her to a disturbing quirk of fate.< Less
Quirk's Evil Little Webcomic Year Two By Matthew Quirk
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Quirk's Evil Little Webcomic - Year Two, collecting strips from October 2006 - September 2007
Quirk's Evil LIttle Webcomic Year Three By Matthew Quirk
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Year Three of Quirk’s Evil Little Webcomic introduces our highly successful partnership with Axiom Destruction Labs. This institution exists to help examine and challenge widely held beliefs. ... More > Thanks to their tireless efforts, dozens of cliché phrases and casual assumptions have been painstakingly, scientifically tested. Some have proven true, others have been consigned to the dustbin of history. Quirk’s Evil Little Webcomic has updated every week since October, 2005. Full color print collections of the first three years are available via Lulu.com The full archive of strips, as well as new comics, are online at http://www.quirkspace.com/comic< Less
The Bridge Generation: A queer elders’ chronicle from no rights to civil rights By Quirk-e Kollective
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The twenty six members of the Queer Imaging & Riting Kollective for elders (Quirk-e) chronicle their journey from no rights to civil rights in this, their sixth anthology. For further information... More > or to order more copies visit us at www.quirk-e.com Every brave voice deserves a hearing. If you have ever felt you have been targeted as ‘the other,’ ever felt abandoned, mocked for being different, here are individual voices that may connect with you. —Wayson Choy, author of The Jade Peony< Less
The Bridge Generation: A Queer Elders’ Chronicle from No Rights to Civil Rights By Quirk-e Kollective
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The twenty six members of the Queer Imaging & Riting Kollective for elders (Quirk-e) chronicle their journey from no rights to civil rights in this, their sixth anthology. Every brave voice... More > deserves a hearing. If you have ever felt you have been targeted as ‘the other,’ ever felt abandoned, mocked for being different, here are individual voices that may connect with you. —Wayson Choy, author of The Jade Peony< Less