Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Panic in Needle Park

While reading a book have you ever wondered: how would this style translate to film? Not the story’s events or a character’s appearance. The actual style, the tone of the writing. Visually, how would a director replicate Bellow’s exuberance, Cheever’s … Continue reading

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On Rejection

A writer submitting work for publication is a writer experiencing rejection. This is simply a truth of the literary world. I’m sure there are those lucky and talented writers whose earliest work was snapped up by some journal, editor or … Continue reading

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