Jeanette Bonner


Posted by WebVee on December 7, 2017 in Columns Jeanette Bonner

By Jeanette Bonner Currently in its 4th year, NYC Web Fest is a festival that prides itself on its diverse submissions, and this year was no exception.  The festival was created by Lauren Atkins to bring together a multifaceted group of people from around the world.  In addition to selections brought from international creators from

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He’s With Me: A Bromance for Everyone

Posted by WebVee on February 9, 2017 in Jeanette Bonner Review

by Jeanette Bonner According to, a bromance can be created in three simple steps. “A bromance is a close, platonic friendship of love, support and deep affection between two males. Sometimes awkward, yet always steadfast, a genuine bromance is today’s way for two dudes to say, “I love you, man!” But if you’re a

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Arthur: A Bloody Good Time

Posted by WebVee on January 3, 2017 in Jeanette Bonner Review

by Jeanette Bonner It’s the beginning of the new year, so out with the old, in with the new, as they say!  What better time of year to set good intentions for our next trip around the sun – go back to the gym, fix the roof, maybe even learn pottery!  And also a time

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ITVFest: Cultivating a Community for Storytellers

Posted by WebVee on October 18, 2016 in Columns Jeanette Bonner

By Jeanette Bonner To get a sense of what ITVFest actually is, you could always troll Facebook for some of the many hundreds of pictures that participants put up the next day.  Or you could scroll through the delightful Twitter handle @OverheardAtITVF which made its debut this year with anonymous overheard nonsense.  But to truly

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