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In Plain Sight by Angie Hulme

In Plain Sight by Angie Hulme

In Plain Sight by Angie Hulme Robin closed the door to the flat, dropped zir purse to the floor and sighed with relief as ze sank onto the sofa, kicking off a pair of black heels. Eyes closed, ze dropped zir head back. Contrary to popular belief, the life of an escort wasn’t so bad, […]

Casey Ryan's June Lineup and Other Tidbits

Casey Ryan’s June Lineup and Other Tidbits

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor June Lineup and Other Things – Casey is blazing the indie world utilizing his “off” time to promote his passion, indie artists.  Here are some other random tidbits about Casey working his hobby: On May 18th he made a guest appearance on Nikki Is’ Everything and the Kitchen Sink podcast. […]

Women in Film & TV Mentorship Program for Actors

Women in Film & TV Mentorship Program for Actors

Women in film and television mentorship program for actors started as a question in another actors mind–In the midst of struggling with a difficult career decision, what if you had somebody to help guide you? As you’re paving the road ahead, what if you could learn from someone who had already successfully walked the same […]

World's Most Glamorous Book dr.a.g Returns

World’s Most Glamorous Book dr.a.g Returns

The world’s most glamorous book ‘dr.a.g.’, for dressed as girl, returns. After losing its publisher to bankruptcy halfway through its initial release, the book has been fortified with 20 added pages and is now the first in a series from new imprint Bookthefilm Publishing.  Christopher Logan gave me some insight to share with you regarding […]

LOVE - Oregon Says I Do, and So Do My Boys

LOVE – Oregon Says I Do, and So Do My Boys

LOVE–Oregon says I do, and so can my boys Dustin and Mark, legally!  I cried when I heard this news. U.S. District Judge Michael McShane struck down Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage Monday, May 19th. The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) requested a stay with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to prevent Judge McShane from issuing […]

Powell's Books—the Greatest Browse On Earth

Powell’s Books—the Greatest Browse On Earth

  Portland Revisited: Powell’s Books—the Greatest Browse On Earth A few months ago an esteemed former writing teacher of mine wrote an op-ed piece about the Bolinas, California Library’s decision to empty their shelves of some older printed books and make a switch to e-books and new best sellers . He was aghast.  I understand the […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor May Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor May Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor May lineup is full of big surprises.  This month of May is a must listen with talented people including: Brendan McIvor Fleming, Melissa McCarty ( Yes, THE Melissa McCarty), and  Bernard Robichaud from Trailer Park Boys. Plus, Casey is featuring great Brass Punkabilly and Rockabilly and Funk indie music, and […]

Brainwashed - Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker

Brainwashed – Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker

Brainwashed – Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker: teacher, author, and world traveler.  I met Paul through twitter over a year ago.  While vacationing in Missoula, Montana, Paul took the extra effort to meet me last summer.  We met at a local coffee shop, Liquid Planet, face to face.  Paul helped me to realize that […]

Quilt Speak

Quilt Speak

Quilt Speak I am packing my duffle for the weekend and awaiting my ride 80 miles to the north—somewhere north of Polson, Montana—with Jane, a woman I have only met through email. Jeans, t-shirts, Griz sweatshirt, underwear, socks, computer, bottle of wine, homemade gingersnaps, and homework go into the bag. I think hard about where […]

2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge

2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge

2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge –  by Jade Waddy from Mutinee – The Independent Film Network For Filmmakers 2013 saw quite a few amazing sites in the film industry, but nothing compared to the surge in independent film. Several indie films made it to the big screen with extremely large profits and all […]

Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

Tennyson E. Stead  – Filming with Collective Focus The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I decided to ask […]

Tybee Diskin - Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It  – The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor April Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor April Lineup

Casey Ryan –  Cutting Room Floor April Lineup – Casey  started April out with his last Friday night show on the Talkshoe platform. He did a 2 hour marathon – 4 interviews and 5 guests total. The lineup is featured on this post under previously recorded. It is going well for Casey on The MIXX […]

Solo Artist Christopher John "Surrender"

Solo Artist Christopher John “Surrender”

Solo Artist – Christopher John is one-man pop-punk machine, earnest and talented in equal parts. Christopher John has proudly released his first 2014 single Surrender. First, because Chris is planning to released an array of singles in place of any upcoming albums or EP’s. Chris’s 2014 theme is “Live Light. Travel Often.” Give Surrender a listen […]

Alive at 5 (am) - My Writing Journey Today

Alive at 5 (am) – My Writing Journey Today

Alive at 5 (am) – My Writing Journey Today – Leisa Greene – EARLY OUT a Memoir. My talented, social media savvy friend Lydia Aswolf extended a Blog hop invite to me a little over a week ago to write about my writing process.  She said, “As a rule, I don’t do these things, but […]

Danny Blu Tour: Silencing LGBTQ Hate and Battling Teenage Bullying

Danny Blu Tour: Silencing LGBTQ Hate and Battling Teenage Bullying

  Danny Blu Tour: Silencing LGBTQ Hate and Battling Teenage Bullying – On the heels of marriage-equality and anti-bullying efforts in the United States, and the ongoing fight for freedom of expression, Danny Blu and his band will set out on tour to share his music and life story to help struggling youth build self […]

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