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why i write

 I’ve been writing for as long as I’ve known how to read. My family can attest to this as I brought home a new freshly written story almost every other day from school. Most were hand drawn picture books with

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sometimes…

When I was in the 1st grade, I wrote a book called Sometimes. This book was more of a poem, with a line of prose starting with the word “sometimes” in the center of an 8×11 white paper all bound

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revisiting summer poetry

I’m working on some new poems for this summer season, regardless if they have to do with summer or not, but I will post them when they are ready to be read. In the meantime, I thought I would showcase

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can m. night shyamalan redeem himself?

I’m writing this while still being caught up with Inception and its crucial last scene ending. I want to call it a “twist-ending” but I think it’d be more correct to call it an ambiguous ending, since so many people

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slowing down and smelling flowers

Every so often I need to be reminded to “stop and smell the roses.” Well, today I’m not near any roses so daffodils will have to do. On sunny, warm Saturday afternoons like today has been, it is important to

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showdown: man vs. bird

Last week I started a little controversial debate about animals in the wild having emotional feelings. Surely my argument didn’t have a scientific leg to stand on, but so what, call it fictional creative writing expression. I was just masking

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a lost weekend

Over the past weekend, when I wasn’t outside being attacked by pollen while enjoying good old-fashioned daylight and mild temperatures, I had locked myself away in my room watching Lost season 3 online. My cinephile friend and I have been

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  • episode 55 - map of maps July 26, 2017
    Recording in the middle of San Diego Comic Con (and by “in the middle” we mean it was happening while we were recording), Kortney and Sterling discuss a few of the movie trailers released in the past couple of weeks and movie buzz happening. Later, while showing a spotlight on favorite director Christopher Nolan, Sterling and Kortney stumble onto a new idea […]
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    In this very special episode, Sterling and Kortney bring a little tranquility as they talk about beachy getaways they experienced. Mid-July is officially declared the “abdomen of summer.” Who’s up for a trip to Panalu’u? We also encourage you, if you or someone you know is ever feeling the need to talk to someone when you feel you don’t have any peace or con […]
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    Very special guest Parisa Fitz-Henley (Jessica Jones, Luke Cage) enchants the Indoob Podcast with charm, wisdom, and a brilliant idea that Ben & Jerry’s needs to make. Parisa also talks about new show Midnight, Texas and the character she plays, Fiji Cavanaugh, a witch in a town of other supernatural beings like herself. Sterling’s Black History Facts ar […]