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Crafting Your Way To Armageddon covid divorce lemons pandemic

A throwback to Aug. 2020 during the COVID-19 quarantine

When in the grip of a global pandemic, you may find crafting to be a delightful way to pass the time. Today or tomorrow or whenever, who cares, you can create this DIY classic, “Lemon with Googly Eyes,” by following these simple...

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Your Life, The Movie act one coaching film structure screenwriting writing writing goals

As a screenwriter, I often think in terms of story structure; beginning, middle and end. More specifically, Act One, Act Two and Act Three.

 

Having had a landmark birthday this year got me to thinking. Am I living a story well-told? If my life is a movie, what do I want Act Three to look...

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The Healing Power of Art

The Art and Commentary of Sculptor Carl Hopgood

Out of the five artists exhibiting at UTA Artist Space in a show called Fragile World, it is British artist and Soho House member Carl Hopgood who delivers sharp social commentary with wit. This, in the aftermath of a global pandemic. His fifteen...

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Following Julia Cameron heal+create julia cameron the artist's way

There is something magical about Julia Cameron. She is the godmother of creativity, a force of nature in her 70s who urges us to write our morning pages.

You might know her as the author of “The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity.” She was hailed by the New...

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Writing, Honky Tonks, and The Road Less Traveled austin broken spoke queer eye script writing the writers' room writing writing goals

 Austin is my hometown. My first job was pouring pitchers of beer at the Broken Spoke dance hall, home to Willie and Waylon and the boys. I was 13. Was this legal? Not by a long shot but the owners, James and Netta White, were awesome. In lieu of paying me a salary, they let me pull the...

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