It's been some time since I was last able to post something of this nature, but I have a new short story available today in the latest issue of Crack the Spine, an online magazine that also publishes quarterly print anthologies. You can check out the latest issue here: Issue 137 or skip directly to … Continue reading “The Question” Published in Crack the Spine
Time has come for me to start turning my focus towards my next city, New York. It's also my last city, so who am I kidding, my focus has always been on it.
For the month of May, let us refrain from negative criticisms. Instead, let's focus on the positive and #SpreadTheLove.
"More or less…and this qualifier is the essence of what, for no particular reason, I’ve decided to call Gonzo Journalism. It is a style of “reporting” based on William Faulkner’s idea that the best fiction is far more true than any kind of journalism—and the best journalists have always known this."
One of my favorite things in the world is creating a music mix. Call it a mixtape, a mixed CD, a playlist, whatever, the name doesn't matter, it's the act that matters. The curation of a good mix is an art form, but it's an act of love, too.
Isolation can be a curse, it can be the thing that drives a person to finally plunge over the edge. But, yes, in another way, I get what Bukowski is saying (or I think I do). When you're isolated, all you have is yourself.
Going back through a journal is always a revealing way to revisit a period of your life. I’ve never been a diary kind of person. Even with this blog, I rarely write this kind of post, the ‘what happened to me today,’ type. But looking through this most recently completed journal was very strange. A little sad.
On May 10th, Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (in 3D) will release in theaters.