more published work — Team Mag and Juice

The Labor Day weekend sent editorial at Juice for a loop or something because a lot of articles I had written for them last week only came out this week.

I wrote a review of Words Anonymous’ anniversary show, where I went into a few more details than I did in my blog entry. You can read my review of the show here: Rockstars of the Spoken Word scene.

Of course I have to write an article about a dance workshop, and of course it would be with Daloy Dance School (I'm predictable that way)

Of course I have to write an article about a dance workshop, and of course it would be with Daloy Dance School (I’m predictable that way)

I also wrote about taking a summer dance workshop at Daloy Dance School and you can check out what I wrote here: Summer Dance Workshop with Daloy.

To be honest, I haven’t gone to Daloy Dance School yet because time has not been kind nor has it permitted me an opportunity to go. I can only imagine making it next week and that would mean that summer would be almost ending. It has already been raining and so, technically, summer is shifting already to the wet season, so I have no idea if I’ll even make it to a summer workshop.

But summer is when I get busy. I haven’t even made it to the beach. But busy is good.

I even have one more article out in Juice that hasn’t come out yet and I’m still going to be writing about more stuff that I’ve attended and seen over the last few days. So I hope things start moving along more efficiently at my publications.

I also wrote for the new magazine Team. I interviewed the magnificent comedian Jon Santos and it’s a Q&A and while I like how it came out, I was there during the whole hour and half interview and I just didn’t have enough space to put everything and in its full context. Bravo to the editorial team for being able to cut it down to the barest quotes that still managed to capture Jon Santos’ amazing perspective in life and wit and charm but the whole interview is something else too.

Team is a new gay magazine produced by Canned Cactus, published by my friend Paolo Lorenzana and is geared towards more uplifting the gay discourse and aims to be a thinking-gay-man’s magazine. I’m proud to be on its first issue.

Photo taken from the Facebook of Jonathan Ong, another contributor of Team

Photo taken from the Facebook of Jonathan Ong, another contributor of Team

Team is currently being distributed in various outlets, but of course, not in the usual places because, well, you know, it’s gay. You can find out more about it on Instagram (@teammag) and like them on Facebook (Facebook.com/teammagph).

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