Monthly Archives: June 2010

And Scene!: The Logistics and Practicalities of Efficient Playwrighting, Chapter 53

Last night, I tore through two pivotal scenes for my as-yet-unfinished play, “The Observatory,” adding on thirteen pages in the process.  The first of these two scenes had been gnawing at me for a few days – I knew what … Continue reading

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Ink Soufflé

It’s interesting how events, both important and trivial, blend like ingredients for a soufflé to produce new but completely logical results. House ownership, Terry Gilliam’s “Brazil”, “Fahrenheit 451”, Duncan Jones’ “Moon”, “The Mighty Boosh”, “Gless” and the surprising ebb and … Continue reading

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At Home II: Further Musings

It’s been nearly three weeks since we bought and moved into our house and I find my feelings continue to vacillate between being awed and not being awed.  On one hand, it’s remarkable to be able to walk through the … Continue reading

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At Home

Now that I’ve entered the world of being a homeowner, I thought it would be helpful to write a brief blog about things that prospective homeowners can come to expect in the experience of buying real estate. In short, prepare … Continue reading

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