It’s Never Too Late to Revise – Part 2

 It’s Never Too Late to Revise – Part 2   “Write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open.” – Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft As I mentioned at the end of last Wednesday’s blog, It’s Never Too Late to Revise, after Lynne and I had finished with The Neighbours play script, Theresa arrived … Read more

It’s Never Too Late to Revise

  It’s Never Too Late to Revise – Lessons in Creative Collaboration    “It’s never too late – in fiction or in life – to revise.” – Nancy Thayer What do you get when you cross a writing retreat with a play work-shopping session and a girl’s weekend? I suppose it depends on the people involved – … Read more

The Wisdom of The Widows

  The Wisdom of The Widows The Widows play is based on a real-life experience that my good friend, Jackie, and I had in a hotel room, backpacking through India together in 2003. The play is very much about boundaries, symbolized on stage by mosquito nets over the beds. As both women begin to feel safer … Read more