An English teacher at Marquette University, Pius XI High School, and The Prairie School for 22 years, Dominic recently “retired” to explore his own writing paths (he is the ninth writer-in-residence at The Pfister Hotel and the editor of RelevantMilwaukee.com) and to pursue social activism through projects like ZIP and REMIX, two brands he hopes will foster healing artistic expression and empowered voices in Milwaukee, especially the often unheard voices of young people (in the near future, REMIX MKE will pilot a unique writing and performance experience with youth from the Sherman Park neighborhood).

I know a lot about very little.

Discipline.

Breathe.

Huck Finn. He takes advantage of the nakedness (literally and figuratively) and vulnerability of the raft he shares with the runaway slave Jim and learns to accept Jim despite what he's been taught by his world: "Alright then, I'll go to hell!"

Mind reading.

Working at the local taqueria.

Childhood experiences.

How to get into eagle pose from downward dog.

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