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Sensual or Explicit: The Romantic Comedy Version

Scenes of affection (SoA) are not the easiest to write—just ask any romance author. It’s a bit like listening to an actor or actress talk about stunt/body doubles, how much or how little to reveal and under what conditions. Add … Continue reading

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The Third Stage and the Writer

It lies terribly, the mirror, it always has, a naysayer cloaked in flesh not of my flesh, bone not of my bone. Once a true rendering, it ruled the me-not-me, stifling, denying the truth. A reflection of what was, what … Continue reading

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            My friend asked: how do you measure success … you as writer, artist, transgressive transgressor? A fair question, voiced at an unfair time—especially after the wails, the gnashing of teeth, self-flagellation and my immolation … Continue reading

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