The Narrators Show – Tricks

A night highlighting the conversation between storytelling and laughter Hearing about The Narrators Show event from a teacher I decided that I might as well give it a shot. And when I say “it” I mean being social. I am a large fan of sitting at home and binging Netflix or getting sucked into the black hole of Youtube, but that night I decided to … Continue reading The Narrators Show – Tricks

San Diego Poetry Slam on Voice and What We Call Ourselves

  October 10th, 2016: second-round qualifiers for the San Diego Poetry Slam team at Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center.  Doors opened at 8:00 p.m. At 6:30 there was a line stretching out through North Park, vibrating on the sidewalk.  My fiancée and I went into Fatboy’s Deli down the block to use the ATM.  I hesitated.  Should we get sandwiches and just get in … Continue reading San Diego Poetry Slam on Voice and What We Call Ourselves

The Digital Humanities Collaborative

What Are the Digital Humanities? (And Why Do They Matter?) I assume digital must mean something to all of us: cellphones, virtual reality, computers, and so on. “Humanities” is a bit trickier – if you’re involved in academia, you probably know that the humanities are a field of learning that focus on, to put it simply, the human. That means performing research intended to explore … Continue reading The Digital Humanities Collaborative