My CV doesn't read like a book...more like an erratic rower. (Which, I love doing…the rowing part.) So brace yourself.
I happily attended University in the States, then unhappily attended the U.S. military. After a few too many semesters, I tired of world conflicts and decided to continue my studies at NYU.
Aiming for a degree in fine arts, I ricocheted off my alter ego and found myself at the Tisch school of Arts developing an appetite for prose. Unwittingly right about this time, fate pushed me through the proverbial ‘back door’ into the music profession. Beginning quite at the top, with a national commercial for a popular children’s product, I spent the next several years clawing my way back to the bottom. I remained in the music business as a studio/jingle singer, writer/composer, and contractor, also performing with groups in the States, Canada and Europe.
The entire artsy-fartsy circle just would not have been complete without spending at least some time as an actor, which is exactly what happened! So off I went to Stella Adler, H.B. and others to learn the craft.
Save a bit of poetry and an odd humor article or two—and a couple of desperate letters to my state’s wildlife society (I want the skunks to stop eating my lawn!), Im at your mercy and working on Book II of the Gate Series-The Cloacan Scrolls.
May you always find yourself upwind of goddess Cloaca.
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This is THE breadcrumb trail of breadcrumb trails, the route that maps two desert nomads 2000 years through time and fun-nee!
Ancient Rome to modern-day Atlantic City, New Jersey in just under two seconds (and no tolls!), reverses the standard time travel theme after Manager Supreme, Moishe, wanders into a freshly opened time tunnel itching to sign his ultimate client.
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