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Emily wants to be an artist. She likes painting and loves the way artists like Pablo Picasso mixed things up.

Emily's life is a little mixed up right now. Her dad doesn't live at home anymore, and it feels like everything around her is changing.

"When Picasso was sad for a while," says Emily, "he only painted in blue. And now I am in my blue period."

It might last quite some time.

A Neal Porter Book



About the Author

Cathleen Daly

Cathleen Daly is performer and writer who lives in the Bay Area outside San Francisco. Besides writing unintelligible notes to herself, she writes poetry, fiction and experimental theater.
Her poetry has been published in a variety of journals and in Literary Mama, The Anthology. She's authored one chapbook of poetry, "Ode to the Unhinged". Her last show "How to be a Secret Agent Girl as Seen on American Television and in Movies" won Best of the SF Fringe Festival and was featured in the Women on the Way Festival. Her favorite part of the show, besides squishing her face into a cake, was playing a dirty, old pirate and swaggering around in pantaloons. "Pantaloons" is one of Cathleen's favorite words. Some other favorites are "pantsuit", "culottes", and "addendum".



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