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The Starving Artist’s Diet

Hollywood Break-In

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October 31, 2014

Tweet The proof copy has arrived. After too many years of on again off again writing and editing, we have finally arrived at our set destination. We’re making a few changes and uploading the final draft within days. If you know anyone who dreams of moving to Hollywood and working in the entertainment industry,...
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The Starving Artist’s Diet FREE!

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July 11, 2014

Tweet For two days only, you can get a free copy of The Starving Artist’s Diet.  Go to Amazon on July 11th and 12th and search “Starving Artist” and find my book The Starving Artist’s Diet.  It’s the one with the cheeseburger on the cover. I would love it if you would download a...
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From Hipster to Dipster

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August 26, 2012

Tweet Sometimes I pick a show to watch at IndyFringe purely based on the time and location that it is playing.  I don’t live downtown, even though it is one of my never-to-be-fulfilled dreams, so I’m usually stuck picking from seven shows that are playing at a set time on a specific day.  As...
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‘Illusionistory’

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August 21, 2012

Tweet This evening I returned to the Fringe for an adventure in magic at The Cook Theatre.  Illusionistory: The History of Mystery is a tour conducted by Madame Esmerelda Fallendo, a gypsy played by Taylor Martin, through the origins of magic.  Madame Esmerelda is assisted throughout the show by MadMen Magic (Jennifer Cavanaugh, Matt...
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‘Born to be Wild’ at IndyFringe

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August 20, 2012

Tweet IndyFringe is back for its 8th season.  It’s a great event for Indianapolis and the Mass Ave. corridor and one of many examples of how progressive this city is as it continues to develop its credibility as a place for the arts and cultural events.  Yes, Indianapolis is not just a sports town....
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There’s No Such Thing as Failure

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February 26, 2012

Tweet But there is such a thing as semantics.  Words mean things.  But we try and attribute new meaning to words so they don’t sound so bad, or we try and frame them in a more positive manner.  The word failure is one of these words. I just wrote a post about allowing ourselves...
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Failure is the Only Option

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February 24, 2012
Failure is the Only Option

Tweet Our schools have forgotten to teach kids how to fail. They are too busy scaring our kids into getting A’s and keeping a 4.0 GPA that our kids aren’t willing to meet failure face to face. I was a mediocre student in elementary school.  In junior high I figured out the system and...
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Resistance, Fear, and Art

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February 8, 2012
Resistance, Fear, and Art

Tweet As I read through The War of Art by Steven Pressfield, I’m occasionally compelled to share some of his wisdom.  The latest entry I read was titled “Resistance and Fear.”  I’ve written about fear a few times (20 Seconds & Not and Option & Lizard Brain) on this blog, so it’s nice to...
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A Quote for All Artists

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February 2, 2012
A Quote for All Artists

Tweet Self-doubt can be an ally.  This is because it serves as an indicator of aspiration. It reflects love, love of something we dream of doing, and desire, and desire to do it.  If you find yourself asking yourself (and your friends), “Am I really a writer?  Am I really an artist?” chances are...
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Free Food – Performance Art

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January 12, 2012
Free Food – Performance Art

Tweet Performance art is no mystery to you, and a good show may lead to the tossing of coinage.  So don’t hold back.  You’ve done some pretty crazy things on stage or in the subway before.  Remember that time you skipped naked through the airport terminal yelling, “I feel like a pickle!” as an...
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