Bonnie Jae Dane, a native of southern Appalachia, is the recipient of two National Endowment for the Humanities awards, the winner of numerous film and writing awards, including twice finalist at American Film Festival for the film Autism: A Behavioral Approach; nominee of prestigious American Cable Excellence award for the film The Combat Sport: Boxing Yesterday and Today; winner of CINE Golden Eagle Award; writer of monologues used in the film SPEAKEASY women talkin’ mostly ‘bout men, which won Most Creative Film, American Motion Picture Society, LA.
Ms. Dane is at work on her next book Parental Outpatients told in her trademark comic/pathos style using a writing voice described by Yo-Yo Ma as being, ‘ Mellifluous’.
Bonnie’s Latest Book
An Obscure Writer is now available in paperback and on Kindle. Have you picked up your copy yet?
More From Bonnie
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I still wonder where my imaginary life ends and my real life begins or do they overlap. Am I unable to distinguish between the figments and the fools annoying my nerves to the point I pretend they aren’t real? The other day I saw a woman dancing naked in the outdoor...
Writing abut something that happened in your own life must appear effortless, otherwise you'll stumble over meanings and get lost in syntax. Again, the importance of detachment cannot be stressed too much. The characters in your story will be those you hold dear or...
Recently, I noticed the view I have of myself often differs from other people’s view of me. I even ask them to expound on what they are using as a criteria for judging me as being out of sync with their reality of me. Often these people lose their ability to...