I've experienced this with my classic migraines and also now with vestibulopathy symptoms.
Posted by Kerrie DennerJan. 31, 2013 | 8:41amBy Andrew M. SeamanWeather has long been considered one of many potential migraine triggers, but a new study links lightning, specifically, to the onset of the severe headaches that plague more than 28 million Americans.Based on headache logs and weather…
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Zachary Kleinmann lives in the elite world of New Canaan, Connecticut and has left his accounting job four years earlier to be a modern stay-at-home father. But as his son is starting preschool, his wife is passionately involved in her own career, and Zach is knocking on forty years old, he begins to wonder how he will find his own serenity and define himself moving forward. Enter Ginger Charman, an older,...
Debbie Allen - "Birthday Pie is one of the most original, relevant and touching stories I have ever read. The language of Arthur Wooten puts you in the room with these incredible characters that make you laugh out loud and make you cry. The story is so compelling you will find it a quick read because you won't want to put it down until you get to the end."
When Lex Martindale, a New York City writer, goes home to celebrate his birthday and say goodbye to his dying father, he struggles with whether or not to share with his eccentric Southern family news of his own life-threatening situation.As we travel through seventy years of the Martindales' rich...
Preciously funny! Emma Fitzpatrick is actually quite stunning.
The actress who spoofed Anne Hathaway’s ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ tells Ramin Setoodeh about her funny new song.
"The gay Carrie Bradshaw!" – reFRESH Magazine, UK Q: Which of your books is your favorite? A: #4 ARTHUR WOOTEN'S SHORTS – This small book is made up of one short story, Stroke Of Luck and The "Dear Henry" Letters. While still under contract with Alyson I was asked, very last minute, to offer a piece to be included in their book: Best Gay Love Stories: New York City. That's when I wrote A Stroke Of Luck. And it was at this time that I was finally diagnosed with my "never-ending" balance problems. So I used my own life experience and wove it into a hot and spicy story about a successful gay celebrity chef and what happens to him and his life when he has a stroke that completely changes his life. The "Dear Henry" Letters – Outrageous fun! From March 2008 till March 2010 I was the humorist for the London based magazine reFRESH. It was a classy, glossy and expensive magazine and they gave me permission to write about anything I wanted. An idea came to me, why not create a column that described and explored all things about "gay culture" and dating in the 21st century, no holds barred. I'm still shocked at what they let me write about. The letters were to my fictitious lover named Henry and every issue I had to explain to him why we had to break up. Sometimes it was about money, sometimes about anal bleaching. Other letters were about some really creepy fetishes and others pertaining to sex change operations. I'm sure my mother thinks I was on acid when I wrote them. (She loves them by the way.) In London they call me the "gay Carrie Bradshaw". Honored!
A Stroke Of Luck: a short storyChip Lowell is a sexy, spicy and self-confident celebrity chef who is just about to debut his first television cooking show. But in the blink of an eye, a life-altering incident forces him to change his menu and reevaluate himself and the people in his life.The ...
- Jan 25, 2013 6:28 PM Review of DIZZY by Jodi Hanson, Chapters And Chat, Canada
- Jan 21, 2013 6:51 PM Review of DIZZY by Amanda Moran, UK - One More Page
- Jan 19, 2013 8:01 PM Dizzy by Arthur Wooten - Rating: Superb - by Jael Fogle of As I Turn The Pages
- Jan 18, 2013 1:37 PM Truly a "must read," DIZZY is one of the most profoundly moving stories I've read in years!
- Jan 10, 2013 9:13 PM New Book DIZZY Tackles Medical Drama With Broadway Backdrop
About me:ARTHUR WOOTEN is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Dizzy, Leftovers, Birthday Pie, On Picking Fruit and Fruit Cocktail. He’s also penned the children’s picture book Wise Bear William: A New Beginning and the collection of short stories, Arthur Wooten’s Shorts. A playwright, his works include the award winning Birthday Pie, which had its world premiere at the Waterfront Playhouse, Key West, FL. His one act plays, Lily and The Lunch, have been produced New York City and most recently in Te Anau, New Zealand. For two years he was the humorist for the London based magazine, reFRESH. Arthur grew up in Andover, MA and now resides in New York City.
Who I'd like to meet:
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Hometown: Andover, MA - Live in NYC
- Orientation: Gay
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Occupation: Writer
2005 - Present
- New York, NY US