Monthly Archives: October 2011

Reading With The Light On

The end of October means craggy trees etched against an ominous sky, full moons casting malevolent shadows and shutters slamming by themselves in abandoned houses. It also means it’s a great time for a chilling read in the safety one’s home, … Continue reading

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A Story Rises From The Ashes

Went to an insightful and resonant storytelling conference this past week in New York City. Lots to digest and mull. One of the significant factors was not just applying it to filmmaking, writing, or corporate branding, but to our own … Continue reading

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Screen Writes

Because of my love of film, I’ve always had a dream of seeing something I wrote realized on the silver screen. And I’ve grown to respect the writers who tackle this most fickle of all writing endeavors. If you don’t … Continue reading

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A Story Finds Daylight

I recently had a short story come out in a magazine. It’s always a thrill to see something in print but this was made especially so because the magazine commissioned an illustration to accompany it. And it was beautiful. It … Continue reading

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