Top 10 wits

November 23, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute To perpetuate the known cliche that laughter is the best medicine, here’s my top 10 wits of all time. 1. Oscar Wilde, who on his deathbed was heard to say, “Either those curtains go, or I do.” 2. Samuel Beckett – “We are all born mad, some remain so.” 3. Stephen Fry – “Many people […]

Art school drop-out

November 16, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes At age 16 I decided that academia was not for me (something I have since recanted), and went off for a year of art school. I felt I was too much of a free spirit to be reined in by the local higher education and college institutions. This was also about the time that I […]

Dragon’s Keep and artists hold fundraising benefit for local writer

September 7, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Did you ever want to make a difference in someone’s life? Did you ever want to be a hero? This is your chance. On Sept. 12, Dragon’s Keep Comic and Game Emporium, located in Provo, and artist Bill Galvan are holding a fundraising benefit in honor of freelance writer and cancer patient Jake Black and the Dragon’s Keep’s 22nd anniversary.

Oh comic’s, comic’s, how far you’ve come.

August 3, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Comic books have had a bad rap in the past. Viewed exclusively as the medium for young, male nerds, geeks and fan boys, comics have not been taken seriously as an art form or as respectable literature. We need not look any further than The Big Bang Theory for familiar stereotypes.