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True/False 2013

This weekend, my husband and I headed to Columbia, Missouri, for the True/False Film Festival. For the uninitiated, True/False is a documentary festival. It has grown from a tiny upstart in 2004 to an highly regarded event featuring more than 42 films, more than 100 screenings, and more than 40,000 ticket sales. The last time […]

Characters lurk in your high school yearbook

Sometimes, inspiration sneaks up on you. Yesterday, I was feeling creatively drained and was avoiding editing the manuscript that is sitting on my desk. Naturally, I wound up on Facebook. This summer, my high school class will hold its 10-year reunion, and someone has created a Facebook page to brainstorm event ideas and keep alums […]