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Alright . . . I've been busy with school. Like, really busy. But I have done a few things I think some of you may be interested in.

First: My movie, "Do You Get It Yet?" is showing at the Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco, during pride month (JUNE!!) Apparently, there's a picture of me in the program somewhere. Also, "Two Spirits Belonging", a documentary I was interviewed in will be showing as well. The film, "Do You Get It Yet?" is available at Youtube.com.

Second: I'm gonna be on the cover of the Bay Area Reporter (weekly GLBTQ newspaper in San Francisco) as part of a "Queer Youth 2007" story by Heather Cassel. This should be showing up in the next week or two. Check Ebar.com if you aren't around SF.

Third: I've been working a little more on my photography portfolio. There are more photos to be seen on my website, http://www.lonelyocean.co.uk. Or, you can just check them out on my blog, http://killerpizzamonkey.blogspot.com

Fourth: I'm turning 21.

That's it. I know it's not June yet; but happy pride.

--Gabriel Duncan

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I actually had to maneuver myself under another light. It was coming from the top left, behind the camera, and it shone on my face. Can you tell it was a self portrait? That was a good night.

Though . . . if I had to pick a favorite . . . it would be the one with the barracade, at the very bottom of my blog (i forgot to add it to the galleries).

http://bp2.blogger.com/_YT7fxx7Otgo/RiVnA_.../P4140011sm.jpg

I like the natural contrast I was able to capture.

I'm talking too much again. But that new landscape with the golden fields is my second favorite.

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Thanks, Graeme.

WBMS: That's gonna be my artist self-portrait in the item succeeding the present.

FIFTH!!: My photography and the poem "I Found Myself on a Dirt Road" will be on show at the Marin Museum of the American Indian, starting next Tuesday, June 5th, 2007. The show will last for a year. Check out the Marin Museum of the American Indian's website for hours of operation and directions. www.MarinIndian.com

I don't know if this is more exciting than turning 21. But it's really fucking close.

Excuse my french

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Well really Gabe, congratulations on both. I should point out that becoming 21 only requires staying alive, however you do that, but achieving a place in a museum for your works is a much greater feat. :icon_geek:

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