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The World is Watching

The World is Watching

It’s not every day that you can say you were a part of history. On November 13 — 14, the world will come together to demand our global leaders act on climate change and set us on the path to a better future. Join us for 24 Hours of Reality and Live Earth: The World […]

What To Do When You’re Blue

What To Do When You’re Blue

Here are some of the things I do when I’m feeling down: (1) Jump up and down and scream into a pillow (the pillow part is Very important) (2) Draw mustaches and horns on the faces of politicians (sometimes it’s hard to get them to hold still) (3) Call your local tobacconist and ask if […]

ANGELIC ANTHOLOGY TAKES WINGS

ANGELIC ANTHOLOGY TAKES WINGS

Angelic Business 1. Pink Matters You are Pink, not the prettiest girl, but smart and with plenty of resources. What do you do when your best male friend offers to have sex with you, because he thinks you’re a lost cause? You plot your revenge with your two best female friends, of course! It seems […]

CONDITIONED by CHRISTOPH FISCHER

CONDITIONED by CHRISTOPH FISCHER

Conditioned (Conditions Series 2)  CONDITIONED dives back into the world of gardener Charles, his friends and the state of his mental health – one year on. We meet loner Simon and his battle with the outside world, co-dependent Martha and her abusive husband Clive, neurotic poet Catherine on the verge of getting married, Tony, who finds […]

BINGO! Everyone Wins With JACKPOT RECORDS!

BINGO! Everyone Wins With JACKPOT RECORDS!

Love vinyl? Still got the first 45 you or your dad owned? Well, guess what? it’s your lucky day. Isaac Slusarenko, owner of JackPot Records in Portland, Oregon has been in touch with me and he has some exciting news to share with us. Check this out…it’s the mother lode for vinyl lovers worldwide. Without […]

2016 Todos Santos Writers Workshop

2016 Todos Santos Writers Workshop

Announcing 2016 TODOS SANTOS WRITERS WORKSHOP, January 24-30.   5-day intensive workshops for writers at all levels. Fiction, Non-fiction, and Memoir in a “Pueblo Magico” by the sea. Speakers include Christopher Merrill, Bruce Berger, Viviane Mahieux. Faculty: Gordon Chaplin (memoirist/novelist) Jeanne McCulloch (editor), Rex Weiner (journalist), Jonathan Penner (novelist/short story) plus guest writers, agents, editors, […]

Boys and Girls Keep Swinging (Revisited)

Boys and Girls Keep Swinging (Revisited)

Recently, various whispers have emerged in a few historical fiction groups. What about sexual orientation in the past? How should sexuality be portrayed in fiction? It’s a hot new topic and one which is deserving of our time, since October is LGBT History Month. I am especially interested in this discussion as the next installment of […]

Sun’s Last Rays

Sun’s Last Rays

  Let’s take a walk Walk with me along the cliffs. We don’t have to talk. I want to watch the clouds, rush in to fill the fields with fog, and sway the wet grass. I want to watch the sunrise, the birds take off, hear fires crack, listen to the sounds of morning. Let’s […]

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