The Writer’s Den: Desk

And so I continue to empty. And empty and empty and empty and empty and empty. In order for me to work on anything even vaguely script related, I need clear space, both on the desk and around it, and that’s honestly been one of the hardest hurdles to overcome recently (creatively speaking). I’m not…

The Playwright’s (unofficial) Guide: Dialogue

| Workshopping Every story begins differently. Sometimes it’s an image. Sometimes you’re led by a character. Sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you might already have a plot from start to finish (this is the rarest, so consider it the holographic Charizard of the literary world: not many people have it, and those that do won’t…

The Playwright’s (unofficial) Guide: Plot

Every story begins differently. Sometimes it’s an image. Sometimes you’re led by a character. Sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you might already have a plot from start to finish (this is the rarest, so consider it the holographic Charizard of the literary world: not many people have it, and those that do won’t let you…

The Playwright’s (unofficial) Guide: Character

Every story begins differently. Sometimes it’s an image. Sometimes you’re led by a character. Sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you might already have a plot from start to finish (this is the rarest, so consider it the holographic Charizard of the literary world: not many people have it, and those that do won’t let you…