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A. Dibble in Cheese Culture magazine

A. Dibble in Cheese Culture magazine

Them Mid winter blues

Them Mid winter blues

Although January was at its end, Meriweather realized, to his chagrin, winter was far from over.  Lately it seemed as if his bad habits  – barking neurotically in the middle of the night,  licking too much, and stealing cheese from the kitchen counter twice in one week  – were overwhelming the good ones (way too many of these to [...]

The Strangeness of Larry

The Strangeness of Larry

For many years Victoria had yearned to learn how to Tango, but now that she’d finally taken the plunge and signed up for a class,  she really didn’t know what to make of  Larry, her  instructor.   For one thing he was way shorter than she was, which made things – tango-wise – awkward.   But what really caused her heart [...]

Regret

Regret

Attempting to cure her inferiority complex and gain back the attention from the family that she had so miserably lost upon the Christmas arrival of the cat,  Esmeralda had tried to eat a live porcupine.    Not a promising start to the new year.

At the moon

At the moon

When Kafka was told he’d been named after a famous writer who wrote a book about a man who woke up as a cockroach, he began worrying.   He’d always admired and respected George, the tall man he’d lived with all his life.  The man smelled like the woods, he let Kafka sleep on the [...]

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Willard had had his doubts about internet dating, but he’d always been curious about what it would be like to kiss a sheep. After a month of emailing back and forth, and exchanging pictures, he’d bitten the bullet and invited Sandra to the festive annual New Years Eve party at the local kennel. Although he [...]

Bad Habits

Bad Habits

When a stick-less January 1st crossed his mind for the hundredth time since he’d woken up this morning, Sebastian sighed.   He fervently wished his habit hadn’t spun out of control in 2010, but it was hard to ignore the fact that 35 sticks a day was bad for his health.   Although Sebastian’s number one New [...]

SnailWhale

SnailWhale

Having fully recovered from the festive holiday weekend, Molly donned pearls, and headed for the maul to exchange the  purse her great  uncle once removed (a sperm whale) had given to her.   Although she loved the style of the new purse, she preferred one that was decorated with pictures of squid.

Waiting for Soup

Waiting for Soup

poster print When Sebastian accepted the invitation to the gathering at Terrible Mountain he’d assumed there would be other guests as well as bouillabaisse .  The empty bowl with its strange markings, the lack of utensils, and the rat tat tat  of a Pileated Woodpecker on a yellow birch all made Sebastian particularly uneasy.  He wondered [...]

Montague’s Dinner Date

Montague’s Dinner Date

Montague realized his diatribe on the inconsistencies of goat mythology was failing to impress Polly. He madly raced through his memory for interesting stories that might relate to badgers, but all he could come up with was the badger in Wind in the Willows. He knew, innately , that this reference would not cut the [...]

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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