Judah Mahay
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My Story Was Nominated To Be Made Into A Short Film - Please Vote

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 2:07am 3 Comments

My story was just nominated to be made into a short film! These crazy guys at wemakeyourmovie.com are making short films out of submitted stories. Please vote for "Lord of the Dome" by leaving a comment on the YouTube page with the title of the story. You can find the YouTube video at the link below.


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Born and raised in the rustic backwoods village of Talkeetna, Alaska, Judah got a BA in Liberal Arts with a focus on Business and E-Commerce from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has been designing websites for over eight years and specializes in website design for artists. His short stories have been published in the New York Twist Magazine and The Improper North Shoreian Magazine. Currently, Judah lives on Long Island with his wife Lorien where he spends his free time writing short stories, and working on his novels under the watchful eye of his cat, Athena.
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BeYourArt.com, Artist Community Merging Business & Art

"Artists everywhere should check out Be Your Art!" Live, Breathe and Be Your Art by Jenny Zhu, Ning Blog

"BeYourArt.com has the potential to be a tremendous resource for the artistic community." BeYourArt.com Helps Artists Become Their Art by Joseph Shortsle, The Improper North Shoreian Magazine

BeYourArt is a website community and resource which focuses on providing practical resources and information for starving artists. We hope to help artists understand the demands of the business world while still allowing them to pursue their dreams without compromising them.

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At 10:26pm on July 12, 2009, Yako de Arburn said…
"Be your Art" is awesome!!!
I just signed up...great site!!!
Thank you for the space...
At 8:42pm on July 12, 2009, Yako de Arburn said…
Dear Judah,
Greetings from Canada...thank you for opening your door and sharing your ART.
It`'s a great pleasure to cross path with you...hoping my words will find you well
and infinitely inspired...
Many blessings

At 1:56pm on January 25, 2009, dima27 said…
Thank you for friendship!

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