Kaitlyn Bowling

  • May 10, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    This one is more like a short story, but I’ve had this in the notes on my phone for ages. I feel like it’s time it finally meets the world. He reaches his hand out towards mine. Despite the cold wind and the clouds of our breath, it’s warm. “Are you ready?” He asks me.

  • April 11, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    Starting on May 26, Brendon Urie will join Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld theatre and assume the role of Charlie Price, and we just can’t get enough of this rocker! He will, sadly, only be performing until August 6, taking over shortly for Killian Donnelly. “I’m thrilled to be making my Broadway debut with

  • April 5, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    I wrote this poem for a spoken word project for my Performing Arts class. I had been searching for inspiration, and I finally found it in the song “Saturn” by Sleeping At Last. This poem was originally meant to be spoken over the song, but I think it can be just as beautiful when read.

  • April 3, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    Growing up, I never thought I would be much of a writer. Because of my ADHD, it was absolutely impossible for me to sit and focus on something for five minutes, let alone hours. I always dreaded English class in fear of being forced to write about this or that. And don’t get me wrong,

  • April 1, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    There was a mix of inspirations that went into this poem. Nearly two years ago, I had been having this reoccurring dream of someone I had once loved walking into the ocean, and I couldn’t save them from the water swallowing them whole. It wasn’t until a friend of mine told me to write this

  • March 27, 2017By Kaitlyn Bowling

    What does it actually take to be successful in the music industry? I interviewed 3PM, who are learning the answer to that question first-hand, to find out. Hailing out of Baltimore, Maryland, the savvy pop-punk trio is composed of Scott Montgomery on guitar, Aaron O’Connor on vocals, and Brandon Millman on drums; and they are a