Creative Alchemy with Sarah Greenman

I have been a patron of Sarah Greenman’s wonderful Creative Alchemy Cycle since its formal inception. So much of my creativity in the past few years can be traced back to my engagement with the cycle. I recently had the rich experience of talking with Sarah for her Collaborative Alchemy Podcast. We discussed language, community,Continue reading “Creative Alchemy with Sarah Greenman”

United AAPI Artists

Over the past year, with support from The Old Globe Arts Engagement Breaking Bread Program, San Diego AAPI artists working in any field have been gathering, connecting, and imagining. We asked ourselves what we need and what we have to offer. We chose the name United AAPI Artists. We created a vision statement and missionContinue reading “United AAPI Artists”

Philippine Fright Night

I’m joining Marivi Soliven and San Diego Public Librarian Azalea Ebbay (Skyline Branch) for this frightful evening of scary Philippine folk tales. I’m a big fraidy cat, so I’m probably going to be a wreck afterwards. Especially when I go to bed that night and it’s quiet and dark and… Sign up here to joinContinue reading “Philippine Fright Night”

Dramatists Guild Southern California Season In Review

What is time? (This lead in could be a cop-out to a very tardy blog post, or it could be relevant. Let’s see where this goes.) Dramatists Guild Southern California Regional Rep Diana Burbano invited me and playwrights Jennie Webb and Luis Alfaro to participate in a conversation about our season in review. It wasContinue reading “Dramatists Guild Southern California Season In Review”

San Diego Writers, Ink

Thelma has joined the Board of Directors of San Diego Writer’s, Ink (SDWI). She’s enjoyed collaborating with them through San Diego Playwrights and the Dramatists Guild and looks forward to serving more of the writing community. She’s attended Tania Pryputniewicz’s weekly SDWI Tarot Journaling group for over a year (briefly in person and then virtually). Her essay “SuchContinue reading “San Diego Writers, Ink”