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Summer To-Do List: The Red Pen of Doom

Summer to-do list series. What’s on your list?

We all remember it. At school, it told us we need to try harder, this isn’t the right answer, and the nerve-racking “ 233 more words


IU Names Bruce Walsh 2017 MFA Playwright

We are thrilled to announce that Foundry playwright Bruce Walsh will join the Indiana University MFA, Playwriting program this fall as the sole 2017 MFA Playwright! 112 more words


Synthesized-setting, A dual character...

In continuing studying the family dynamic, what can be most intriguing is synthesized-setting and how it develops characters with just the simple things–objects. Refrigerators and toasters. 297 more words


Comedy v. Tragedy, Round 1

Mel Brooks said, “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.” Mad Magazine proposed a similar definition when it said (paraphrasing from memory): Humor is something funny that happens to someone that if it happened to you it wouldn’t be funny. 196 more words

Writing Humor

Life-Changing Literature; A Discussion

(disclaimer- this post is copy-and-pasted from an old blog of mine, so if you think you might have read it before, it is only plagiarised off of me!) 738 more words


#FringeTO Review

Well, another year and another 150 shows and another fantastic Toronto Fringe Festival!

Congratulations to all the performers, crew, volunteers, patrons and everyone else who played a role, big or small, in this year’s festival! 697 more words


Getting into Writing Again

Hey writers!

It’s been awhile since I was really into writing like I am now. I’m talking way back in 2006 when I was attempting to migrate into novels. 327 more words