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Friday Night
Austin Kleon



        Copyright  by Austin Kleon. Used with the author's permission.




 Austin Kleon is a writer, cartoonist and, in former lives, a librarian, web designer, and advertising copywriter. Austin's newspaper blackout poems--created by using a black marker to hide unnecessary words--have been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition,the PBS Newshour,  in The Wall Street Journal, and all over the web. He is a New York Times bestselling author of three books which have been translated into more than two dozen languages. Born and raised in Ohio, Austin now lives and works in Austin, Texas, with his wife and sons. Learn more about him at


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Linda Lee Konichek:
Posted 03/15/2020 12:14 PM
How creative! I love the fact that this is about lights coming on (implying that it's dark) and the rest of the words are dark. It's like the light is really coming on right there. I love it!
Posted 03/13/2020 01:03 PM
I love all those lights coming on in the dark.
Posted 03/13/2020 09:17 AM
Fun, striking, interesting, creative stuff. Compelling to to look at, read and try your own hand at. Randy
Posted 03/13/2020 08:59 AM

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