In Act I, scene vii of William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” as the title character debates whether to murder King Duncan, who is both his kinsman and his house guest, he says to his wife, “I dare do all that may become a man; who dares do more is none.” Macbeth has just halted a rebellion, has been awarded a new title, and is enjoying honor among his peers when he expresses this sentiment about manhood. 429 more words
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“Lilaca tried to disappear…”
I’m bad at nanowrimo2017. But I read my in-progress fantastical short story aloud to MFA students at the New School Wollman Hall. 58 more words
Nothing like going to a snack-filled reading with some amazing writers.
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I was honored with an acceptance from the Critic’s Academy fellowship at the New York Film Festival (NYFF55). This opened an overwhelming flood of opportunities and placed me into rather momentous social occasions. 332 more words