Archive for November, 2010

Philip K. Dick, Family Man

Icon Written by Alex on November 23, 2010 – 11:34 am

My friend Scott Timberg has an article in today’s New York Times about a memoir written by the second wife of author Philip K. Dick. Oddly enough, this isn’t a plug because I read the article, had no idea Scott wrote it, visited Scott’s fantastic blog, The Misread City, and came full circle to find the source. Read Scott’s blog about the article here.

As always, Scott’s insights are spot on as he continues to provide reasons for renewed and renewing fascination with LA and all things substantive and cool.

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“True West” in Bisbee, AZ

Icon Written by Alex on November 12, 2010 – 8:27 am

I’m playing Austin in a production of True West here in Bisbee. Presented by the newly formed Last Minute Productions, the play is produced, directed, and stars Russell Dunn as Lee, the other brother in this classic play about two brothers who have a series of harsh Adam and Cain-like go arounds over a movie script. The talent assembled for this play is amazing…

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A Literary Agency Continues to Grow in Brooklyn

Icon Written by Alex on November 11, 2010 – 9:03 am

The agent who represents me, Joy Tutela at the David Black Agency, has moved to Brooklyn. I lived in Brooklyn as a kid,. I climbed trees in Prospect Park, played army in the hills with my brother and friends, and I LOVE Brooklyn. Plus I have aunts, uncles and cousins in Brooklyn who are some of the best people who ever lived so for me, this is a good omen as my memoir, Stealing Norman Mailer’s Dog, is being circulated to publishers around town right now.

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