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Happy Halloween From Writer's Digest (Dancing Kurt Vonnegut?)

Today was our annual Halloween costume and decoration competition, and the Writer's Digest team once again put on a good showing. Our theme was "Dead Writer's Society" and, as you can see, we all "morphed" into some of the greatest literary writers who now haunt the world as ghosts (friendly ghosts, I'm sure). Guess who I am.
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Today was our annual Halloween costume and decoration competition, and the Writer's Digest team once again put on a good showing. Our theme was "Dead Writer's Society" and, as you can see, we all "morphed" into some of the greatest literary writers who now haunt the world as ghosts (friendly ghosts, I'm sure). Here I am as the ghost of Kurt Vonnegut.

Brian-Vonnegut

And be careful tonight on this spooky Halloween. You never know what you will run into. It could be a witch! It could be a vampire! Or it could be a Dancing Vonnegut! (Video coming soon!)

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