Write, Read, Rinse, Repeat

“Writing is – definitely – my cocktail of choice.
when i write and read, and re-write and re-read, it is intoxicating.
the act of writing, to me, is imbibing the spirits
the act of reading what i wrote, gives me the buzz.
so i write/drink more and then read/buzz more…
this cleanses my mind, my spirit.
i don’t mind that writing is addicting.
i am addicted to reading (my works and others), too.” ~ sarah nean bruce
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COMMENTARY: the Trivial, the Factual, the Vitriol…

“I know, firsthand, the incredible value of this system of professional journalism, with ethics and standards: it’s called ‘journalistic integrity.’ While various existing codes and canons of professional journalism associations have some subtle differences, most share the same principles, including: objectivity, impartiality, fairness, truthfulness, accuracy, and public accountability, as it applies to acquiring the information, formulating the story and subsequently disseminating the ‘news’ to the public.” ~ sarah nean bruce
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Pulitzer Prizes Awarded – for Coverage of the shooting death of four police officers in a Seattle coffee shop; Poems that are often little thought-bombs detonating, Plus the first of the new breed of online, non-profit news organizations to win the most prestigious award in print journalism

2010 PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS include: coverage of the shooting death of four police officers in a coffee shop which won the breaking news award for the staff of The Seattle Times.
The Washington Post won four Pulitzer Prizes for its work in 2009, and The New York Times won three, while ProPublica became the first of the new breed of online, non-profit news organizations to win the most prestigious award in print journalism. And for a distinguished volume of original verse by an American author, the Poetry Award went to “Versed,” by Rae Armantrout, a book striking for its wit and linguistic inventiveness, offering poems that are often little thought-bombs detonating in the mind long after the first reading.

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surreality with yesterday was a lie at spirit of star trek series

Surreal experience to be sitting in a church watching “Yesterday Was A Lie” on a big screen for the “Spirit of Star Trek” series screening (and discussion afterwards). “a mind-scrambling tour de force that examines the consequences when a young woman’s personal timeline collapses and her life falls into non-linear chaos. This is a highly creative film that assumes the viewer has a brain (and requires the viewer to keep it fully engaged throughout).” … ~read/see more~

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