Monthly Archives: March 2013

Why “Maximum Exposure”?

Editor’s note: With the launch of our brand new workshop, Maximum Exposure, we asked the instructor,

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The Honeymoon Is Over

Robyn and Jim have been married for three days, but it feels like three hundred years already. How will they push through the post-proposal blues?   Robyn Okrant is an actress and author who teaches both writing and yoga. She …

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From the Perspective of a First-Time Writer

We asked Lynn Zimmerman, a first-time¬†writer and Page to the Stage student, just a few questions about her experience with the class and working on writing a full piece for an end-of-the-class performance. Here’s what she had to say: Had …

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Daylight Savings: Stories of Leaping Forward

Our third long-form podcast episode is HERE! Featuring stories by: Jane DeLaubenfels, Nadine C. Warner, and Eric Hazen. Read more about this podcast in our blog.

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Lose an Hour of Sleep, Gain (almost) an Hour of 2nd Story–Daylight Savings: Stories of Leaping Forward

Ozzie and I started planning this week’s podcast about two months ago at Pillars Social Cafe in Rogers Park. We were looking for an excuse to do another special episode. Ozzie pulled up a calendar of North American holidays and …

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