Tag Archives: disability studies

CASTING CALL: A Little More Representation

About a year ago, I was out grocery shopping at Sprouts when a smiling, animated woman pushing her shopping cart came up to me and said, “Oh, it’s so nice to see that you’re out!” I wasn’t sure how to … Continue reading

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My Heroine’s Journey: How I Found My Tru Calling

At the tender age of seven, I experienced a profound spiritual crisis. Desperate for an answer to my predicament, I went to the rabbi because I believed he would give me a suitable answer. Why? I asked him with piqued … Continue reading

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Write Through It: The Powerful Influence of Fanfiction

Last weekend, I attended San Diego Comic Con on Friday and Saturday. Unfortunately, there was no Haven panel this year due to production/filming schedules since the show got picked up for a double episode order, but there was a pretty … Continue reading

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Television Made Me Who I Am

I am currently in the midst of my thesis semester of graduate school. While a thesis alone is an ambitious and often times overwhelming endeavor, I am also enrolled in Episodic Television Drama Writing. It is a course in which … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog!

WELCOME TO MY BLOG! My name is Lara. I’m a cherry loving almost 27 year old graduate student currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Screenwriting at California State University, Northridge. I have a Bachelor of Arts … Continue reading

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