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Film: Ralph Bakshi’s American Pop

Ralph Bakshi’s American Pop is an animated film about the trajectory of pop music and songwriting in America over the course of four generations of aspiring musicians; Zalmie, Ben, Tony, and Lil’ Pete. It is an exceptional film, enough that … Continue reading

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Lure Of The Silver Screen

As my writing career matures, I luckily get involved in more interesting ways to utilize my talents. For example, during this past year, I’ve finally taken the plunge and surmounted the screenwriting learning curve. It took a couple of weeks … Continue reading

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Perfect Beings’ Next Horizon

You may have heard me speak before of my editor, Ryan Hurtgen. He was born a musician, but has a powerful literary, artistic, and historic range. This makes for some remarkable creative synergies (with our automated horizon, a most valuable … Continue reading

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