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Things Playwrights Do That I Love

Originally posted on Bitter Gertrude:
Sometimes I open a play and see something that makes me feel like this: Here’s what you do that makes my heart sing as I’m reading the plays in my stack. Are these subjective? Sure.…

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The power of a good thank-you note

I was a reader for the Inkwell Festival last year, and to celebrate finally completing the first round of reading 500+ plays (!), they forwarded us some of the thank-you notes they got from playwrights. These thank-you notes were wonderful: … Continue reading

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Don’t pay to submit your plays

The other day, I got involved in an argument on a LinkedIn group about fees for playwrights to submit their plays. I think that playwrights should not have to pay fees to submit their plays. Yes, I know that festivals … Continue reading

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Welcome, new followers

Welcome to Ciarán Myers and ToonForever! What are you working on these days? Everyone, check out their blogs: Ciarán blogs at http://ciaranmyers.wordpress.com/ ToonForever blogs at http://atwrites.wordpress.com/. (http:// winlb.wordpress.com/)

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Oops (was Getting Help with a Hard-to-Place Play)

I’ve posted before about trying to get a production of my play “How to Kill A Cactus.” https://playwrightsmuse.wordpress.com/category/my-play-how-to-kill-a-cactus/ I’ve had such a hard time identifying theaters that might like “Cactus,” I finally decided to ask for help on a couple of … Continue reading

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Thank you to my newest followers

Thank you to my newest followers! Please check out their blogs. Karen Barclay, at http://karenjamesbarclay.wordpress.com Emily, at http://emalaia.wordpress.com cslplaywright, at http://carolslashof.wordpress.com What would you guys like to see on my blog?  Do you have any questions I can answer?

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How do you easily pick up where you left off with a play?

Coming Back after an Injury I developed a pinched nerve A couple of weeks ago, I developed horrible pain in my left leg from a pinched nerve in my back. L5-S1, if you’re interested. I do not recommend it. For … Continue reading

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