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Writer Guy's Tip #2: The Plot

This is under the assumption that you have already read the previous post, regarding the setting of your story, otherwise I’d just keep repeating myself, you see… 683 more words


The New Theatre presents; THE CHERRY ORCHARD

Based on the play by Anton Chekov, “The Cherry Orchard” is brought to life at the New Theatre.  Under direction from Clemence Williams, the production uses David Mamet’s rhythmic stage play to explore the complexities of the human condition. 368 more words


AtoZChallenge# on Favourite Authors: Chekov

“You are right in demanding that an artist approach his work consciously, but you are confusing two concepts: the solution of a problem and the correct formulation of a problem. 877 more words


Coming soon to this blog…

He has gone from the halls of Asgard and the fields of World War II in a Countdown to the Avengers, to the doomed planet Krypton and the dark alleys of Gotham… 133 more words



My first 13 #100happydays posts, all in one place…

Day 13 #100happydays

A last visit to the beach with this boy.

Day 12 #100happydays

Prosecco and lemonade at… 266 more words

I tre volti della paura (1963 Italy)

You can’t speak Italian? Neither can I, so “Black Sabbath” it is. 1945’s Dead of Night introduced horror cinema to omnibus films, and Black Sabbath brought it back! 673 more words


Reassessing my relationship with W. Somerset Maugham

I admit now, that despite his long-time home on my bookshelf, it took a discussion with a reading group to push me onto opening my two volumes of W. 315 more words

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