For years, I have distrusted people, afraid of lies and deceit, of exaggerations and manipulations. Crippled mentally, emotionally, and socially, I was cynical and suspicious of everyone I knew, including myself. Even my own mind was an enemy; I questioned... Continue Reading →
Tough decision? It could be, depending on who you are and what you do. No worries, though; I'm here to help.
Dreyfoos School of the Arts' own literary magazine is initiating a program to help the students at Stoneman Douglas. We are asking students to submit visual and/or written submissions that are meant to heal the students and faculty at Douglas. All... Continue Reading →
Today I'd like to talk about a topic that has been bothering me since the Black Friday commercials first aired on our televisions. It affects us all as artists, writers, and individual thinkers.
Childhood stories are proven to affect brain development. Yes, that means you are more likely to be brighter than the average person if your parents followed the tradition of reading you nightly bedtime stories. Whether you grew up on Disney... Continue Reading →