Love life, it gives it back to you
About three years ago I published my first novel, This Is Rage. It’s been an amazing journey, including creative development and four public readings of my stage adaptation. Now we have something additionally exciting to announce: the first three episodes of a podcast adaptation. We made it easy for you to find either on iTunes or at the online home…
Spoiler alert, in this study men who spin a good tale were more likely to attract long-term love.
Kristen Caven is the author of The Souls of Her Feet, in which the story’s fairy godmother is male. There are several reasons he was created so, and Kristen counts them out for us.
Great leaders and businesses have a story to tell. The best understand who the hero should be.
You never know whose life you could impact.
The fact that this dog’s loyalty just won’t quit strikes Rich Monetti’s heart.
Jeff Pearlman comes home to discusses his latest book and the life of Walter Payton.
A master at storytelling has passed, but his books will continue to give insight into his life.
Peter Linton reflects on a film that has impacted him like no other.
Your story matters. Whether you think your life has been a total drag or you think no one will care. You have something to share with the world. We’d like it in writing, please. — There are certain people who seem to live a life that’s worth writing a memoir or a making a movie…
Although our reasons may not be the same, understanding our motives is a powerful thing.
DiaryDad loves telling a good story. — A good story can’t wait to be told. Sometimes it has to be found, worked on, and whittled into a shape that can be digested by an audience. Some stories we have been telling for thousands of years and at the hands of a master craftsman it is…
Why do we get so much joy out of people watching and making up stories?
To make changes in the motion picture industry, black actors must—in addition to boycotting—build institutions.
Embed from Getty Images Knowingly or unknowingly, many young black civil rights activists—unlike Dr. King—have taken ownership of their story. — Many parallels have been drawn recently between African-American civil rights activists of the past – like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – and those who take to the streets in the 21st Century under…