Annual April trip to Florida wouldn’t be complete without a handful of shows. Tell your FL friends.
Finding myself with a bit of downtime lately so I figured I’d publicly offer a service I’ve only offered friends in the past: screenplay reviews and/or screenwriting tutoring.Continue reading
Three years ago I put out a collection of 93 poems called Perfect Sleeping Weather.
As of tonight it’s available on Kindle, here, for $3, or free if you have Kindle Unlimited.
If you like words about loneliness, cities, neighbors, dead friends, losing your mind at a job you hate, returning to your hometown for something as strange as the 4th of July, etc. … Merry Christmas.
Prior to becoming a stand-up comic, I was a drummer for a bunch of rock and country-ish bands, traveling quite a bit, playing a variety of venues, everything from big clubs and festivals to wine bars, art spaces, and backyards. I spent four straight months bumming around America one time, coast to coast, top to bottom. None of it prepared me for the landmine landscape of stand-up comedy clubs (and “clubs”) and what stand-up comedians were/are expected to put up with.
I saw Graham Coxon (Blur) play a live solo set last night and had some thoughts. First, bit of backstory.