We would like to thank Soomi Kim for her inspiring posts last week.
This week's guest blogger is Roman Feeser.
Roman Feeser grew up on Long Island, New York, and moved to New York City in 1992, itching to begin a professional career in writing. After college he attended the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. His writing credits include the plays The Closet Contender, Craigslist Live and Unauthorized-The Musical!, The Circle Game and The Fat of the Land. Film credits include the screenplay Whitechapel based on the Jack the Ripper murders. His last play, Missa Solemnis or The Play About Henry, about gay Mormon Henry Stuart Matis, ran Off-Off-Broadway during the Fall of 2008. He is currently finishing his first book entitled A Stranger at the Table, an investigational memoir about his experience with the Mormon Church. Mr. Feeser is the Board President of the Innovative Theatre Foundation and is an active Co-Chair for the non-profit organization Success For Kids. Roman currently resides in the East Village with his dog Chewy.