I was hanging out with my oldest friend in the world (literally, from the cradle) and we were having one of those conversations where we talk about the years between us and our childhood growing up together, and how growing up together has effected our adult artistic life. So on the subject of books I mentioned Bridge… Continue reading Here’s to books!
Yesterday was the sad twenty-second anniversary of Jim Henson’s death. That seems impossible partly because I remember whole days in 1990. But also because that means we’ve been slogging around this earth without the creativity of Mr. Henson for twenty-two years! Imagine what he would have come up with by now. Last night my husband’s response to… Continue reading Keep believing, Keep pretending
So if you aren’t familiar with Slush Pile and you are capable of writing or reading, you should remedy that as soon as humanly possible. It’s a great mag, she’s a great editor and here she gives great advice: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Why I Rejected Your Submission A lovely little snippet… Continue reading Interview with MR Branwen
It’s called Gratitude. Rest in Peace Adam Yauch. I’m pretty sure if you went to high school anytime between 1990 and 1999 that the Beastie Boys helped craft the soundtrack to your life. The Beastie Boys were musical pioneers, without a doubt. They were a ground breaking trio who changed the way people viewed rap.… Continue reading I Keep My Rhymes In My Little Black Book
Much thanks to Stephen at Dead Snakes for publishing The Day After the Anniversary of Your Death. And it’s for Jay…who does the best Beatles impersonations in the world.