Talking to Andreea Archip from Libertatea, Romania, “cu drag”

Talking to Andreea Archip from Libertatea, Romania, "cu drag" - writing, war, women writing about war, love and Romania.

Talking to the talented Andreea Archip from Libertatea, one of Romania’s leading newspapers, was as unexpected and as fun as Christmas in July.

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“The Dead Burn Easily” by Patricia Furstenberg on Poetry Potion

Read the poem "The Dead Burn Easily" by Patricia Furstenberg featured on Poetry Potion, A Poem a Day.

I am so excited to share with you my poem “The Dead Burn Easily“, that was chosen by Poetry Potion as their feature for A Poem A Day.

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Chatting to Ryan Kruger, director of SA Indie Film Fest

SAIFF, SA Indie Film Festival

Chatting to Ryan Kruger, director of SA Indie Film Fest, SAIFF, about what it means to be an independent filmmaker, his experience as a director of SAIFF, advice for screenwriters, and a short masterclass.

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Words on Enescu’s Suite Ancienne Performed by Laura Pauna

Words on Enescu's Suite Ancienne Performed by Laura Pauna

I had the pleasure of enjoying a few of Laura Pauna’s online performances. Below I wrote a a short story inspired by Enescu’s Suite Ancienne to accompany Laura Pauna’s vivid interpretation. Stories inspired by music. Enjoy!

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The Lion and the Mouse, a Fable for Children

The BLT, the Bear, the Lion and the Tiger

Enjoy a lesson in kindness with The Lion and the Mouse, an ancient fable retold here with some humor, for children and adults alike.

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