Follow-Through

At the moment, I mean in this moment right now I am repeating to myself: isuckisuckisuckisuck a mantra I would like to backspace right now. But then I’d be lying. I’ve written two blogposts in the the last month. Didn’t manage to make them perfect so they are still in drafts. Most days I wake … Continue reading

project1979: Jackson Edition!

Welcome everyone! Click Here for our live stream for the show tonight! Enjoy!

This Side of the Moon

Sarah Moon.  We met at The Indy Convergence, stayed in a hostel together for two weeks and shared puppetry, music, and Flashdance (she was in the original cast). She’s amazing (of course!) and the following post is about her life and how she’s just left a secure job to go for her dreams. I hope … Continue reading

Travel Log #4: Dream Big

Traveling back in time today. About a year ago I made this video: Here are some from around that time: (How many people have worn these pants since?   (photo credit Kate Crafton) This last photo was taken almost exactly a year ago at a wedding for  a dear friend. I reconnected with a bunch … Continue reading

project1979 Travel Log #3: In preparation with a pretzel, part A

“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point … Continue reading

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

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

Let it Be Said

Let it be said that: This is a crazy idea to try to connect a generation to the world when we are all so different. Let it be know that: Connecting people is the best part of the project. A fellow project1979er Claudia Hehr wrote this on my Facebook page a few days ago: To all … Continue reading

It begins…

Here is a little photodiary of the beginnings of my adventures at the Indy Convergence: (A great write-up about project1979 and my IndieGoGo campaign: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/101333?a=441232 (last day with friends) (We say goodbye, dancing and laughing) (Sleeping Indian at dawn) ((Nina, a project1979er was on a flight at the same time, heading to Africa!) ((a bit sad … 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

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