Naively, I believed accompanying artwork would make my proposal stand out. Perhaps I was influenced by Céline Dion’s story about how, as a teenager, she wrapped her demo cassette with a big red bow then sent it to her future agent and husband, René Angélil.Read More Judging by the Cover
“A Doritos bag has a wildly different shape and esthetic now than it did in 1995.” Hill says. I really do understand him!Read More Time Travel via Brandnames and Pop Culture
“… fake, too fancy, not fresh from the field or from the heart.”Read More The Power of Characters’ Memories
As a formal bridal wear model, I shudder to think of a gown trashed or destroyed. Perhaps an ugly divorce might justify that treatment years later, though.Read More If treasured, preserved; if cursed, stolen?
Inma is determined to confront Rubio in the most glamorous hotel, the Maria Cristina.Read More Arriving by Taxi at the Grand Hotel
The base beat of dance music including old flamenco runs through One Dress, One Day, a playlist or soundtrack.Read More Please don’t let me be misunderstood (again)
Desire on both sides of the bargaining table. Francisco, the thief, lusts after her body; Inma, the wannabe, longs for the dress.Read More Never Be Royals
There are references to golden age Hollywood or even living actors like Jack Nicholson.Read More From Silent to Soap