Why write haikus during a pandemic?
Make a list
Making a list or two helps me get in the groove of writing, especially when I’m scattered.
This is the end and the beginning
The end of one blog and the beginning of a new one.
When the moment gets real
When the moment gets real and gut wrenching, I take out a notebook and pen to write down the bones of my feelings. Perhaps it is the flight in me to draw inward, away from the world towards freely expressing what’s in my head. Then again, it may be the fight in me to wrestle …
Searching for the Perfect Words
Searching for the perfect words to tell a story is difficult, if not impossible.
I write like that
I write like that: in fits and stops. Bits of prose, poetry, and rhyme wind along the road to nowhere. There is no ending, yet. There is just a feeling I must put on paper. This feeling spills from my finger tips, into my notebook or on the screen. Captured. I am crushing it. I …
6 tips to audition for Listen To Your Mother
If you’ve signed up to audition for Listen To Your Mother (and aren’t sure what you got yourself into), I have six tips to boost your confidence for your best Listen To Your Mother audition.
The rest of the story: Newcomers to Rochester arts
Recently, the Democrat and Chronicle published my story: A peek behind the scenes at newcomers in Rochester’s arts The piece is essentially a round up of the men and women new to Rochester arts and cultural organizations, but I’d like to share a few other thoughts that didn’t make the final story. Cultural organizations improve our quality of life and are important …