Laura Bond’s book, TEAM for Actors A Holistic Approach to Embodied Acting, has just been published.
I’m proud to have a copy on my shelf — and I’m totally honored and excited to have two of my plays included in it (Appendix C: Scenes by Sam Post for Practice).
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This is excellent. I’ve been reading Dr. Siegel’s book, Mindsight (almost finished).
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain
Took a pleasant walk tonight, right after dinner. I needed a couple of miles in order to complete my daily 10k steps.
It was a perfect temperature for walking. The soft rain kept people inside, and made the evening dark and quiet. The slick streets reflected the glow of the street lamps. I
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In her new memoir: Going Vogue: How I Saved the My Country’s Ass, Sarah Palin fondly remembers her greatest achievements as President of the United States.
In an interview published yesterday on Craigslist, Palin brushed off questions that reminded her of the fact that she was never elected and therefore
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cover of An Actor's Dozen
This is the cover of a book I’m publishing. Consider this the pre-publication publicity hype.
These days, with print-on-demand, self-publishing can be remarkably easy, and cheap.
It’s also possible, of course, to pay editors and graphic artists, etc.
But it’s nearly free if you do your own
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