Monday, June 24, 2013
A varied but distinct discipline, play writing is a good exercise for any writer. The restrictions and opportunities are a good exercise, and if you want to develop natural dialog, this is a good way to perfect it. Aside from the exercises inherent in the form, it is particularly rewarding to see your works performed in readings or staged productions.
The revelations from viewing your work are manifold.
But how do you get this work conceptualized, written, polished, produced, and published?
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