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No, I’m Not Alright! The Truth About Depression

Like many of you, the apparent suicide of actor and comedian extraordinaire, Robin Williams on August 11, 2014, has rocked my spirit. The reports of his suffering from severe depression, however,┬áis even more troubling because if it is true, then … Continue reading

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How To Define Success as a Writer

Defining success is like trying to glue water to sand. It’s impossible! That’s because it is so subjective! One’s definition of success is oftentimes based upon material things instead of emotional well-being and a clear sense of self. For the … Continue reading

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Death of the Playwright in the 21st Century

I am no longer taken aback by the response I receive when I answer the inevitable probing question at networking events, “So what do you do?” “I’m a playwright,” I respond proudly, if not a little wearily because I know … Continue reading

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