How valuable do you think you are at your job? Do you think you are easily replaceable? If you were to quit your job right now, how long do you think it would take you to find another job?
No job. No prospects. I am gonna be famous. I survived Covid19 and now I can do anything, except support myself financially. Here is my journey to try and make money using social media during a pandemic.
After 25 years of terror and tormenting the New Orleans Area, it is time to say goodbye to one of the most amazing haunted houses in the world.
I put together a piece that discusses the challenges of online dating when you are over 40.
"TALK DERBY TO ME!" Crescent City Derby Devils founder and supporter of all things Roller Derby fills you in on what else you are missing besides the Bull Run!
This is probably one of the most entertaining creative non-fiction pieces I wrote in 2003 in one of my many journals. I was trying to see if I had what it took to be a music critic. Not so sure.
If you have never experienced a crawfish boil, you truly do not know what you are missing. It is definitely a Louisiana Cultural Experience!!!!
I am a survivor of traumatic brain injury who now works as a case manager with disabled adults. This article covers both my experience as well as that of one of my clients.
"Pretty" is a word that is unfamiliar among the cast of the House of Shock in New Orleans. In 2014 the female cast and crew of the most infamous haunted house came together to show "the pretty" side.
Using one of my favorite songs from one of the most influential rock albums and films of all time; I decided to write a scene that I could imagine fitting in perfectly.
My professor for my creative non-fiction class, asked us to write a memoir. I used it as an opportunity to write about an experience that happened to me in 2004.
ENTER THE HOUSE OF SHOCK is a feature-length documentary centered around the terrifying and world-renowned House of Shock located in New Orleans, Louisiana
I always thought we were just another Italian American family that resided in the south. It wasn't until I was much older that I realized that not everyone was raised the same way I was.
Discussing the short stories by Anzia Yezierska and the problems jewish immigrants faced with cultural assimilation into America.
To the rooftop of Africa with some very determined women from New Orleans!