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Three Tips for Creating Authentic Dialogue

Writers are voyeurs – or rather, they should be. We are somehow intimately connected to the visual aesthetics of the world, meaning we tend to notice more than “regular folks.” We see story ideas almost everywhere. But this ability does … Continue reading

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Death of the Playwright in the 21st Century

I am no longer taken aback by the response I receive when I answer the inevitable probing question at networking events, “So what do you do?” “I’m a playwright,” I respond proudly, if not a little wearily because I know … Continue reading

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LuLu’s Dance – a short play

LuLu’s Dance is a short play I am working on – kind of a dark, otherworldly piece. I hope you enjoy it, but keep in mind that it is a work in progress. I was inspired to write this by … Continue reading

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