Evolved Perspective—

Where Thoughts Meet Dreams

An Oasis for Storytellers

Evolved Perspective

We tell stories, write about stories and discuss the writing life. Join us in that place where the self, desire and change collide—where thoughts touch dreams.


A Pediatrician and a Translator Walk Into A Bar...

We met in Novel Writing Class. A 60-year old African American Pediatrician and a 23-year old Argentinian-German Translator. Three years later we’re close friends,  writing collaborators, and unrepentent story nerds. On this site we’ll share our writing and our thoughts on storytelling. 

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Telling Stories

Our mix of personal essays, short stories, and flash fiction. Stuff happens. We write about it all.

The Craft

The tools of the writing trade—from structure to software. How storytellers put it all together.  

The Writing Life

Enjoying the struggles of characters doing their own thing, yet still finally writing the end. 

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New Perspectives…

The Three Kitchens of My Life

The Three Kitchens of My Life

“Over the years, the kitchens I grew up in and around continued to draw me in, like a moth to a flame, as though I might recapture whatever innocence I’d lost in that warm, fragrant space.” Sasha Martin My Childhood Kitchen Yes, it was small. A small rectangle that if...

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A Morning in an Oxnard Hotel

A Morning in an Oxnard Hotel

I stepped on the grass and made myself into the open golf course. The morning mist crunched under my Converse's with every step I took darkening part of the cloth and I felt that coolness brushing my socks. The big birds appearing and disappearing in between and their...

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Madison realizes the importance of Felicity’s friendship as she accompanies her to the airport before returning home not knowing when they will see each other again.

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