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Beneath the surface: Making Warmwaters (part 2)

In part 1,  Warmwaters began to flow. Luke and Lena Warmwater,  who are apparently “…the southern hemisphere’s most inspirational nu-folk duo”. Songs were written, arranged and recorded,  backstory discarded and cliches ignored in the creation of something unusual: 986 more words


The Writer's Alphabet vol.16; "P" is for Perjury

There are two types of perjury I’d like to cover which means I’ll probably end up only talking about one of them and then spending way too much time going on a tangent about something I have no business writing about which will all end with a much too long run-on sentence ending with a dreaded adverb(ly). 384 more words


Good News and An Interview

I write crazy, emotional blog posts, but I also write plays.

Truth be told, the plays are probably very similar to the blog posts…

that may or may not be a good thing…. 87 more words


The Writer's Alphabet vol.15; "O" is for Opposition

Opposition. It’s not as shitty as you might think. For writers (and everyone because writers aren’t as special as we think ourselves to be) opposition exists in 4+1 ways. 1,157 more words


Playwriting Tips 101: Part 1

With the 24-HOUR PLAYWRITING COMPETITION approaching in merely a week from now, have you started your homework on how to write a good play? If you are new to the competition, do not fret! 627 more words

Writing And Community

The Writer's Alphabet vol.14; "N" is for Negative

N is for negative because all the other words were taken. Being negative is a negative way to be, so be positive and the negative takes care of itself. 248 more words


The Taming of the Shrew, The Heidi Chronicles, and The Dead Play.

Good Morning:

Can we please finally agree that The Taming of the Shrew is a dead play? Please?

I probably should backtrack and start over. 965 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!