Yes, I can see how this can appear as a very click baity title, but I didn’t want to beat around the bush. I want to just jump to it. This was certainly not something that I saw myself doing a year ago, and when I joined The Nerds of Color a few months ago, I thought that the idea of ever starting up a second site was put to bed. Continue reading “I Created a Second Website!”
Yeah, yeah, I know what you might be thinking: She’s writing about collaborations again? Obviously yes, and for a very specific reason. Continue reading “Finding Growth Through Collaborations”
Rarely do I ever get to write about theatre on here; probably because when I do, it’s when I have something being shown, and the few times when I go to a professional production is often for work-related reasons. I don’t get to go to the theater just to experience it anymore. However, last week, I did, and it was a production that I never thought I’d get to see, until nine months before when the tickets were bought. Last week, I finally got to see Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award-winning musical, “Hamilton.”
For a while, I wasn’t sure if I would say anything on the matter. However, seeing that I have provided updates about it for the better part of a half year, it made sense to follow up on it.
It’s been six months since YOMYOMF got shut down, and since then, I’ve been struggling with finding a new outlet to venture out to. I’m happy to now say that apart from now being a contributor to my job’s blog, I’ve also become a part of not one but two other outlets. Continue reading “The Search is Over”
After a few long, busy, and exhausting weeks, I am back to blogging. If you’ve been following along with what has had me occupied, then you probably know that I’ve been working at a film festival. Filmmakers from all over the country – and the world – flew in to be a part of this experience; to celebrate their works along with others. I was there to help make it as successful as possible. Continue reading “Thoughts About Reciprocation”
It’s May, which means it is now officially Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. We’re also about a quarter into the year now, and I was hoping to have something to say regarding my ongoing search for a new Asian American outlet to join post-YOMYOMF. Continue reading “Asian American Outlets and Announcements”
There are days where if I really deeply think about it, I’ll go into this state of feeling like I’m not doing enough as a writer and/or I’m not feeling like I’m enough as a writer. Recently, I’ve been experiencing that feeling again.
A lot of it comes from the results, or lack of, from my work and progress as a writer so far, and how frequently it’s happening. There are so many instances I can go off of. Continue reading “Thoughts About Not Doing/Feeling Enough”
For over six years now, I’ve been taking my writing much more seriously. Within that time, I’ve written and published two novels (and am currently working on a third one), I’ve become a content creator in the written form with my writings appearing in several corners of the Internet, I’ve written one-act plays that have been produced for stage, and this past year, I wrote my very first screenplay. I’ve done a lot, and yet I’m still so far from where I want (and need) to be as a writer. That’s why last week, I looked to see what next steps I need to take.
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Okay, if my story indicates anything, I didn't take as many pictures at #Empower2019 yesterday. But basically, it was just as fulfilling and informative as the day before. I'm thrilled I flew down to LA for this event, and I await to give a deeper analysis of my experience next weekend in a new blog post. #Kollaboration #EmpowermentThroughEntertainment #go
We are now one day away from the 91st Annual Academy Awards. We’re one day away, and already leading up to it, so much has been going on. It had a host, and then it didn’t have a host (though, in my not so humble opinion, I don’t think it’s a huge loss, for most of the hosts in recent years have been very unfunny). Four of the categories were set to be aired, and then they were only going to be done during the commercial breaks, but there was enough of an uproar to leave it on the air. The Oscars this year are… somewhat less White than previous years, and the woman who created the campaign that I’m referring to, April Reign, will be attending the ceremony for her first time. Continue reading “Outlook on the Oscars (From the POV of a Screenwriter)”
After going back and forth on whether or not this would be too self serving, I ultimately decided to go ahead and make the following video the focus for this month’s Recommended Analyzing piece. For those who don’t know, I am the latest subject for the Spotlight series from TFCU; a branch of The Filipino Channel that focuses its efforts on reaching out to and encouraging Filipino American college students to go after their aspirations and goals in life. In the video, I talk at length about my work as an author, blogger, playwright, and screenwriter.