Tag Archives: On writing

Guest post: A Right Pair… Ali Kemp and Deborah Klayman talk about writing together

Ali Kemp and Deborah Klayman talk about writing in a pair. Continue reading

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Rebecca Peyton’s journey from actor to playwright – guest post

Guest post from actor turned actor-playwright Rebecca Peyton Continue reading

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Devoted and disgruntled 5 reports now up on web

Update on D+D5. Continue reading

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Can you write a play on Twitter?

Some people have started using Twitter creatively to write a novel, micro-fiction or poetry or give writing advice – I wonder if you can use it to write a play. Maybe you’d need to do it collaboratively with a group of characters – … Continue reading

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New year resolutions

New year resolutions about writing. Continue reading

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Lost in translation

On how words can change in the actors’ mouths. Continue reading

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The playwright as hostage

The relationship with the director and the cast. Continue reading

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Fantasy festival of women’s writing

Forget Fantasy football here’s my fantasy festival. Continue reading

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How not to handle rejection…

On rejection. Continue reading

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Why does a new writer have to be a young writer?

New writers aren’t always young writers. Continue reading

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