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I, Frostwolf T’Firerose, live in Troy, New York and have a delightful apartment in Little Italy with a garden in the back. I make my living in nearby Albany as a paralegal/legal secretary but I am trained as a playwright and scribe of other dramatic media. I act, direct and perform as well, having an odd talent of body percussion. (Kinda like Bobby McFerrin, but a bit different, and a lot more frenetic–like I’m possessed a la tarantella.)

I am a gay man originally from Denver, Colorado and was raised in the metro area suburbs of Northglenn and Littleton. I did not graduate from Columbine High School, though I lived about 5 miles away and went to another Littleton area school. I have degrees from Dartmouth and New York University, Tisch School of the Arts (MFA, Dramatic Writing).

My partner, Joseph Dalton, lives 3 blocks away from me.

I am studying to be a Feri witch priest, and I have a gift for trance that has served me in my playwriting. On another page, I will post my theater resume, which is quite extensive indeed.

My biggest accomplishment however, is that I used to be 300 pounds and now weigh in a delightful and healthy range of 186-189.

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1. Jose Luis - May 26, 2009

Hi Frostwolf,
I’m disseminating this nice interview with Douglas Rushkoff and I thought that might be interesting for you…
http://www.futureprimitive.org/interviews/162

warm greetings
JL

2. TC - August 24, 2009

I stumbled upon your blog. Let me simply say you’re a beautiful soul…

frostwolftfirerose - August 25, 2009

Many thanks. I hope you keep coming back, and feel free to start up a dialogue. (I do get lonely listening to the crickets…)

3. T. Keefe - May 25, 2010

Hello Frostwolf,
I just read your beautifully unifying response to the crunchy thread “Throwing Rosa Parks Off the Bus” over at LATOC. Is there some way to make it liquid form so we can pour in our drinking water?
Thank you,
TK

frostwolftfirerose - May 25, 2010

Wow…. I have never been so honored before by such a thrilling comment. Goodness! Thank you.


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