Month: October 2011

  • Separation Anxiety and The Doubt Monster in Houston

    Today I’m getting ready to go off to Story Masters, a workshop billed as “an unprecedented event for writers” (it’s the first time they are trying it out) “featuring THREE masters of writing instruction: James Scott Bell, Christopher Vogler, and Donald Maass! (Exclamation point, theirs). I first heard of the event when it was announced […]

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  • Trust: the most important tool in the writer’s pencil case

    Trust. Don’t trust me, trust yourself. Many of my writer pals are gearing up for National Vomit on the Page Month. Sorry, that is my snarky way of describing NaNoWriMo – National Write a Novel Month. The goal is to write every day during the month of November and by the end of the month […]

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  • Some “Kids in the Hall” love

    Hi everyone, I thought for fun, I’d post one of my favorite “Kids in the Hall” skits with Scott Thompson as Raj and Mark McKinney as Christine. I always thought Mark was the “prettiest” of all the kids. Enjoy!

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