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Eric Wedge

Tell the truth.

    Whew. It’s been a very busy couple of weeks, between auditions, callbacks, performances, work, kids… life. And I had the beginning of a post here related to a Steve Almond quote. So I’m just gonna do things all bullet pointy.… Read More »Tell the truth.

    Criminal Improv Unit: Seattle

    Murder your darlings.

      In the few instances that I’ve been in literary situations (interviews, readings) since getting back into improv again, a question I’ve been asked in each case is, “How does improv impact your writing?” I’m not sure I can answer that… Read More »Murder your darlings.

      David James Duncan

        I am deeply in love with the writings of one David James Duncan. I found his first novel, “The River Why,” entirely by accident at a Crown Books in Seattle something like fifteen years ago. Not long after reading it,… Read More »David James Duncan

        Some Kind of Monster

          Last week, I rented a couple of documentaries. One was “Lost in La Mancha,” which was about Terry Gilliam’s disastrous attempt to make a film about Don Quixote. The two surprises in this film for me were that I walked… Read More »Some Kind of Monster

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