As I begin every post, I haven’t written at all because I’ve been sooooooo busy. 😉
But in all seriousness with the holidays and juggling jobs it just seemed the time was never there to start blogging again. I know it’s there people do it every day. In any event, here is some of the stuff I’ve been working on:
These are a couple of the recent articles I’ve written for EDGE Boston.
(This is an Article about the Supreme Court’s decision to review the constitutionality of DOMA and Prop 8.)
(This is an article about a Cape Cod based group called Thrive, which brings together gay, straight, queer, questioning, and transgender youth and their allies to promote leadership, acceptance, and empowerment for youth.)
Check ’em out!
At Literary Traveler, where I intern, we’re doing a segment called “Literary Fauxscars”, a spin on the Academy Awards in which we’ll be giving kudos (or jeers) to the films of 2012 that are based on literary works. We’ll be awarding for categories like “Best Stand-Alone Film” (best film regardless of the original work or how similar they are), “Best Character Portrayal” be actor and actress, and “Best Guilty Pleasure Film”.To see a complete list of the categories and nominees, click HERE. Polls will be up soon, so be sure to vote!
For this project I saw and reviewed one of the book-to-film adaptations, Cosmopolis. See my review here:
To see reviews of more literary adaptations of 2012, go here: