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Rain grew up in an old house across the street from a crumbling graveyard in a tiny town. She was an only child and as a result played with her doll house a lot.
Now she’s a little older and still plays with her doll house a lot but also likes to read and to draw and to paint and collect antique medical equipment.
In her spare time Rain writes letters, obsesses over Futurama, and creates terribly offensive MadLibs.
She enjoys the music of Oingo Boingo and Leonard Cohen; the novels of Michael Cunningham and Donna Tartt; the taste of mangoes and Irish whiskey; and the mystery of the people in antique photographs.
Like many other talented artists, sometimes Rain has trouble paying her rent and buying cat food. If you’d like to be a patron of the arts and sponsor this lovely starving artist, please contact her at the link below and she will construct many great shrines in your honor.