Best of project1979 playlist #1: Indianapolis

I have been back in the country for ten days and a blogpost is well overdue (thank you, Jessseeker for reminding me of this is your sweet way). A surprise hospital visit, a wedding (not my own), not knowing where to begin after three months of experiences, and preparing for a webseries pilot for project1979 … Continue reading

All to get to London

58 days into the trip with 11 cities under my belt I was ready to get to London to work with an old friend to create a new story, an addition to project1979, a continuation to the process. Like a good adventure, it didn’t really work out how I had imagined. However, it is a good … Continue reading

InVisible in Germany

Now in Brussels and gearing up for the performance on Saturday which will be done Salon-style for a live group here with people streaming in from around the world. Can’t wait! In the three weeks that I was in Germany my life was altered by Bluespots productions: I jumped off. Often it was scary-a little … Continue reading

Flashblog #1: Three women, two laptops, a pen and three PBR Tallboys

The following was written by three women who thought it would be a fun thing to do a 25 minute blog session about their first day at the Indy Convergence and see what they came up with: Me: FlashBlog 2012! Sarah [writing in pen (amazing)], Cindy and I are in the Sunken Ship to do … Continue reading

William Dewey on Writing: The World of Wicked Joy

Will (William) Dewey is an old college friend. We met first semester there and it stuck. I’m lucky, so lucky that he took the time to enter into this email conversation with me. He’s about to embark on a tour to present his latest book The Homeland of Pure Joy. In short, he’s awesome. Could … Continue reading

And Yet, We Thrive: Lynn Lammers on Theater, Michigan and Axl Rose

The Faces of project1979: Take Four Lynn Lammers: One talented Theater Diva. We crossed paths only briefly at Michigan State University but I’ve kept up with her ever since. It didn’t take me long to realize that she meant business: this woman is driven! The best thing about her work as a theater artist is … Continue reading

Vikrant Lal: Tasting the Science of Love

I met Vikrant in 2003 when he arrived on my doorstep (or, more accurately, he arrived at my door after 7 flights of 400-year-old stairs) in Naples, Italy which was in full summer swing. He was on a tour of Europe with his Glee club and I hosted him and two of his friends (one of … Continue reading

Anna and her Chicago dispLAcement

Here’s Anna Keizer, Chicago-turned LA chick and writer extraordinaire for our first ever feature of “The Faces of project1979” series with a few lovely anecdotes about how she became the stellar person she is today. How did you get into blogging, writing and being your wonderful self? I always enjoyed writing as a kid, but got away … Continue reading

How We Are Going To Get Things Done in Six Weeks

The countdown begins before this lovely lil experiment gets to show its purty face to the world in Indianapolis, then Germany, Brussels and Italy. To prevent myself from being frozen in fear, I’m happily documenting the process with a new video series called “How We Are Going to Get Things Done in Six Weeks”. Which … Continue reading

The Faces of project1979

A photographer, a writer, a food scientist, a motorcross racer, an artist and a playwright… New York, LA, London, Italy and New Jersey. -Some of the faces of project1979. In a few days we’ll be posting short interviews about these amazing people. You’ll learn about their lives, their work and maybe even smile a little … Continue reading

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