A Case Against Going to College and A Case for Mentorship

You don’t need a degree to know how to do a job. A piece of paper doesn’t actually hand you the skills. Let’s look at extended education for what it’s really supposed to be: a chance to focus on learning the skills and knowledge as it pertains to a specific career or industry. You don’t… Continue reading A Case Against Going to College and A Case for Mentorship

What I Learned In Graduate School

I’m not going to lie, when a classmate of mine from the University of Tampa posted about how happy she was for the warm and inviting environment, I was kind of irritated. I admit I might be a little bitter–or cynical. I don’t harbor harsh feelings toward the University of Tampa specifically for this, but… Continue reading What I Learned In Graduate School

What I Learned in Undergraduate School…

This week is going to be a little bit different than most weeks. I’m going to write about my experiences in University. From 2009-2013 I attended the University of Alaska Anchorage where I studied theater and eventually received my bachelors degree. I From 2014-2016 I studied creative writing at the University of Tampa. Today I’m going… Continue reading What I Learned in Undergraduate School…

A Response to Paul Tremblay’s “The H Word” & How Progressives Ruin the Arts

Earlier this week I released a review on Paul Tremblay’s book, “A House Full of Ghosts: A Novel.” In the back of the book was one of his personal essays on craft entitled, “The H Word: The Politics in Horror,” which I read after getting about ¼ of the way into his novel and now… Continue reading A Response to Paul Tremblay’s “The H Word” & How Progressives Ruin the Arts

Book Review: “A Head Full of Ghosts” by Paul Tremblay

I just put down Paul Tremblay’s book “A Head Full of Ghosts” and now I’ve got a head full of thoughts I think need to be shared on this… work. From the hundreds of four and five-star reviews and the glowing words from Stephen King, you’d think this book would be pretty good, wouldn’t you?… Continue reading Book Review: “A Head Full of Ghosts” by Paul Tremblay

Silence to the People: The Truth About “Fake News” Censorship

“I am an arms dealer dealing you in weapons in the form of words. I don’t really care which side is winning. As long as the room keeps spinnin’ that is the business I’m in.” – This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race, Fallout Boy On Tuesday, December 12th 2016, the EU gave four major… Continue reading Silence to the People: The Truth About “Fake News” Censorship