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Getting your work seen. Tips and tricks.

Scratch nights

These are a great opportunity to get your work on stage.

They are run by a variety of different theatres. They can work in a few ways. 99 more words

Intro to my new book....


Creating a vocation writing scripts is difficult, this is simply the purpose for the text the reader will delve into.

The adaptation of prose works into the dramatic form is the vocational aspect of the craft of playwriting and screenwriting. 1,800 more words

The muse abides...

This weekend was meant for tweaking the draft of my Fringe show. The story in my mind did not translate to the page as a tight little flapper, ready to party. 67 more words


Meet Aimee Suzara

Interview by Nicole Melanson ~

Aimee Suzara is a Filipino-American poet, playwright, performer and educator whose mission is to create poetic and theatrical work about race, gender, and the body to provoke dialogue and social change. 2,095 more words

Interviews With Writers

Showers Ideas: The Best and The Worst

Of course I had to get an idea for a one-act while I was showering this morning. I actually started writing the darn thing in my head, mid-shampoo. 53 more words


Here's to the mystery

Well, well, well. Here we are. Alone at last.

I have been mulling over the idea of a blog for my creative flotsam and jetsam for a good while now. 185 more words


Links for Writers: Fun Stuff to Read this Week

The Electric Typewriter // It appears that someone put a lot of time into this compilation of “articles and essays by the world’s best journalists and writers.” A lot of good stuff to be found here. 299 more words

Writing Inspiration