From the memoirs of a teenage degenerate: CHAPTER 2: BATHROOM GRAFFITI BEAU Soundtrack: “London Dungeon” by the Misfits If you’re the wrong kind of guy, the best kind of marketing to attract the bad kind of girl is having your name scrawled in bathroom graffiti. When I was 16, Tana, Dar and I went to … Continue reading Glory Guitars: Memoirs of a Teen Degenerate
Silence is a sounding thing, to one who listens hungrily. ~Gwendolyn Bennett Tintabula is a story of sensory delight and overstimulation, exploring the moment when rapture turns to derangement. A modern Alice in Wonderland for the neurodivergent set, the novel follows a young woman with Sensory Processing Disorder on her odyssey through the dream world, navigating the twists and … Continue reading Tintabula, a bedtime novel
I'm in goth heaven.
For six years, I've done PR and penned the Weekly Mix for Illegal Pete's. It all began when I was doing music publicity for a record label, and gave a round-table talk on PR for Ben Desoto's "The Conversation" music industry shindig at Forest Room 5. There was a guy in the audience asking a … Continue reading Illegal Pete’s
It was wild to watch my good friend Ricardo Baca become the nation's first Marijuana Editor at The Denver Post, a move which was initially met with excitement, skepticism and plenty of stoner jokes. He went on the national TV circuit, appearing on The Colbert Report and The View, assuring them all that he was … Continue reading Grasslands Content Agency
Thanks to Susan Froyd and Westword for featuring me as a Colorado creative! In the interview, I talk about synesthesia, Bill Murray, and being a creative who was temporarily displaced from Nu Denver.