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About the speaker
Hampton Stevens is a freelance writer covering entertainment and the arts. His work has appeared in ESPN the Magazine, The Atlantic and The Kansas City Star among many, many other publications. He lives in midtown Kansas City, Missouri, with his beloved pit bull, Ginger.
“The most important thing is to simply react. The greatest challenge is to remove all your preconceived notions about what a thing is going to be, or supposed to be, and simply have an emotional response to whatever happening in front of you. The second most important thing is to swim in fear.” - Hampton Stevens