Okay…the memoir is now going to be titled What a World, What a World. The only other major development this week is that I found out (last week) that Cleveland Magazine killed their story on my play, Below the Surface, because it was scaled back to a staged reading. Fuck ’em. I did get in touch with the Baum Bugle and they are supposedly on getting Dot’s Journey reviewed, finally. I also wrote an essay about the impact that the character of the Wicked Witch of the West made on me as a child, and submitted that to the BB. Should be getting together with the cast of Below the Surface very soon for a read-through. I was asked to write a summary of the story yesterday for publicity purposes.
February 2, 2011
Slight Change in Plans
My three greatest inspirations as an artist are, in no particular order, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and Alfred Hitchcock. Their films and their personal lives were the reason I started writing and creating back when I was a very lonely and misunderstood teenager. I am at present commencing to hammer out a career-primary or secondary-as an author/illustrator. I already have several books self-published and I've included links to where those are available. Thanks for stopping by! View all posts by RetroMan
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