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Braving the blank page - where does inspiration come from?

Day 4 into my writing challenge and I am really wondering why I started this. Which is pretty much what everyone thinks at some point in a writing project. 903 more words


Nobel Lecture by Harold Pinter

Published on Nov 9, 2011

What every American need to see three times a year!

This is a brilliant speech by Harold Pinter!

Harold Pinter’s Nobel Lecture was pre-recorded, and shown on video on 7 December 2005, in Börssalen at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm.

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Antonia Fraser ...

Antonia Fraser, born 1932, is a British author of history books, novels, biographies and detective fiction. She is the widow of the Nobel prize-winning playwright, Harold Pinter. 410 more words

Weekend work: 'The Lamp'

If, as I have suggested, George used his long weekend leave to put his literary manuscripts in order, then as well as working on a detailed synopsis of  950 more words

George Calderon

The Story Of A Love Triangle... And The Four People Trapped In It!

“Accident” is a 1967 drama film, directed by Joseph Losey (“Modesty Blaise”). The screenplay, based on the 1965 novel by Nicholas Mosley, was written by Harold Pinter. 427 more words


The Play's The Thing

Writing a short bio blurb has always been a very onerous process for me, especially for inclusion in a theater program. I’ve been involved in theater for close to 40 years – since I entered my freshman year of high school in 1975. 1,052 more words



Harold Pinter’s Victory

Available on BBC iPlayer for who knows how long. Unfortunately Harold Pinter wasn’t there to do read his own stage directions. If you heard Pinter’s Proust Play on BBC radio many years ago, you will understand. 830 more words