Month: January 2016

01-31-2016

01-30-2016

The Dancer and the Shattered Shell

It’s like this when dark comes: you get inside. The rule is simple and absolute. Anna is running late after she finishes her audition. The auditorium doors close behind her and lock. The auditors will be there all night — but dancers can’t stay… Continue Reading “The Dancer and the Shattered Shell”

01-29-2016

01-28-2016

01-27-2016

The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence Review!

For those of you in the Colorado Springs area (or those of you who might just be passing by…) here’s a review of ┬áthe play I’m currently involved with as co-producer. Special thanks to Bill Wheeler, who hosts a great theater blog that you… Continue Reading “The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence Review!”

Change the Geography!!!!

This is less of an exploration of Tana French’s work, than a post giving permission to do what she does: change the geography of a real place if it suits your story and don’t apologize for it. All of French’s novels take place in… Continue Reading “Change the Geography!!!!”

01-26-2016

01-25-2016

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