We pile our bags on a little side street in downtown Bangkok. It’s 8pm, the city’s lights are waking up, and busses fill the street. A double-decker bus drives by, inside on the top level a man is singing karaoke to the rest of the travelers. We’re waiting for bus #3, our nine-hour overnight ride […]
I’m disembarking for Bangkok via Hong Kong. I’ll be bouncing around the Thailand for most of August.
And then it sunk in: I get to publish an amazing book. I get to share this with you.
The first time it happened, like most beautiful things, it was a frantic, sloppy accident. Now it’s usually only two of those things.
Here are a few of the reasons why I’m scared.
“You’re in the belly of the beast,” she said to me.
Debuting in Chicago on Thursday, Oct. 23, I’m producing a very-new new show that’s open to the public.
The difference between knowing something and embodying it.
And what I’d do differently if I could try again.
And why I wasn’t pandering when I kept saying how much I loved performing at the Fashion Institute of Technology
A friend wrote me and asked how I make sense of everything. This is what I replied.
Don’t worry! It’s not just me. I’m doing it with my friend Karen.