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Life and Death: all the Balancing Acts.

I should blog more. But I don’t. I seem to just impart on this blog these massive revelations of my self-journey every few months. They’re for me and I guess they are for anyone who cares enough to read anything I write or can identify with the need to analyze, move forward, articulate and explain. 998 more words

Recommendation: Showing vs. Telling

I follow this writer’s posts – he shares a lot of advice that works just as well for playwriting as it does for books. Like this one: 1,280 more words

Exploring the Dam

So there was a slight change of plan, I went to change out of my very tight jeans and into to a dress so I could be more comfortable around the museums. 366 more words

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Writer's Dictionary: Subtext

Subtext
n.

1. A process in which a writer figures out exactly what he/she wants to say in his/her writing then says it in such a way that is isn’t exactly said. 22 more words

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Nanowrimo: Or, Why I Stopped Participating in the Challenge and Learned to Love My Abilities

This is pretty obvious (based on the title), but I stopped writing for Nanowrimo.

I know, I know, I know, but hear me out. This “50,000″ word challenge thing? 194 more words

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Showtime shoutout

Break a leg to Belmont High School in Belmont, NH, as they produce my play, A Family Reunion to Die For, this weekend.

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Script Tease at the Brody Theater

This past weekend I was very pleased to once again participate in Script Tease, a great show at the Brody Theater. A playwright provides the first 5 pages of a new play containing 3-6 characters, the audience assigns roles, the actors read the pages and then…drop them and improvise the rest of the play. 103 more words

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