Make no mistake, the table has never been set for all Americans.This should not be a new and sudden revelation as you look at the way Native Americans were initially treated and continue to be treated and how minorities and ‘certain’ people are treated in this nation.We have never been perfect, which is fine, but… Continue reading Make No Mistake
In which I talk about makin' movies.
I had a thought recently that HEY, it'd be pretty fun to have some of my weirdo images on shirts and whatnot. Lucky for me the worm of consumerism has turned and like self publishing, there are sites that allow you to upload designs and they do the heavy lifting and you make a couple… Continue reading Merch, You Say?
So, what did we learn As 2020 began many of us turned to the 1920’s for inspiration for costumes and motifs to bring in a new year. Hey, new year, new you! We made our resolutions. We made our plans. We danced. We sang. We looked to a future that looked like it could still… Continue reading What Did We Learn
In which I offer my sincerest commencement wishes to all of the graduating seniors.
In which I talk about writing, and doing that writer thing.
I have said before that ROAD KILL started out as a long form story when I was a kid and have talked about my obsession with re-writing it after it was lost. Flash ahead a couple decades and I finally get back to writing it again and I started and stopped several times as I… Continue reading Alternate ROAD KILL beginning
In which I talk about loving video games and such.
Outbreak – short film review One of the things that people have heard over and over again during the Covid-19 pandemic is that people should take this time to be productive and to learn, or grow, or tend, or create. OBVIOUSLY these people have never quarantined before because that all sounds great on paper… Continue reading Outbreak – short film review
As a child of the ‘80’s I think it’s easy to say that I am a child of the movies. From an early age I was watching them and grew up in an era when Disney had Sunday night movies on ABC, when a regional ABC affiliate showed Abbott and Costello films every Sunday morning,… Continue reading A Love Of Popcorn