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Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

Today we're chatting with the multi-talented An-Magritt W.-Nygaard, author, freelance writer and bestselling novelist in Denmark. We had the pleasure of finding out where she draws her inspiration for her novels, hearing about her many passions and getting a...
This week we had the pleasure of getting to know another NaNoWriMo winner, Henriette C. Rigel, a passionate writer from Germany. We asked her everything from tips for first-timers to managing the tight timeframe of the 30-day challenge. A Little Bit...
This year for Giving Tuesday we're highlighting a cause near and dear to our hearts. Last summer our friend Phil, a member of our Dublin team, embarked on a cross-Ireland biking trip to raise money for Purple House, an organisation...
This week we had the pleasure of getting to know Swedish writer and photographer, Maria-Thérèse Sommar. She is one of the proud winners of the NaNoWriMo writing challenge, and is now a published author! We had the chance to ask her...
“I was complaining that I had no shoes till I met a man who had no feet” — Confucius Gratitude is scientifically proven to improve your physical and mental health - with both increased self-esteem and greater clarity being among...
"Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow."                                                ...
William Shakespeare (1564–1616), long considered the greatest of the English writers, has left us few traces of his handwriting. The banned play Sir Thomas More (1595) was written and revised by five different playwrights, of whom Shakespeare was believed to be...
As you may already be aware, every Tuesday on the Paperblanks Facebook page we feature creatives from all over the world and their artwork as part of our #PeopleOfPaperblanks series. Now, we have created a People of Paperblanks group where...
Our new Still Life Burst cover is based on a painting by Jan van Huysum (1682–1749) that seems to burst off the canvas. A seduction of the eye and a jolt of passion for the soul, Van Huysum's “still...
Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (1813–1901) stands out as one of the greatest Italian composers to write opera. Born to a family of modest means near Busseto, Verdi developed his musical skill with the help of local patrons. He, like...

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