Author Archives: J Scott Bronson

Community Voices: Just Sayin’

I am not a professional photographer. I am not a designer of any stripe. I don’t know nothin’ ’bout magazine layouts or art direction or any of that fancy stuff.  I just know what I like.  And what I don’t … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Desk: Fear Not

About a year ago or so, in the process of following links here and there from a comment made by a friend of mine on Facebook, I happened upon a blog post by someone who was either officially declared as, … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Desk: What if I Don’t Like it?

Last month my latest play, Brothers, ran for three weeks at the Brinton Black Box Theater in the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah. It went pretty well–only one sell-out crowd of twelve performances (which isn’t really as … Continue reading

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On-Stage: “What Hast Thou Been?”

A very good friend once told me that there was nothing in the world that he could do that would be more important than his writing. Not too long after that conversation he became a former Mormon. Speaking scientifically, I … Continue reading

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Storytelling & Community: There’s Always a Message

(A disclaimer before you begin: This little essay should not be construed as a response to Darlene’s essay, “Coward, or What is Not Art.” I’m not like most of the other bloggers here who can toss off a few hundred … Continue reading

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On-Stage: How it Happens: An Introduction

I claim to be a writer. As proof, I offer these facts: I have completed several short stories in the science fiction and fantasy genre (two of which have been published); two LDS mainstream novels (neither of which have been … Continue reading

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