Monthly Archives: June 2001

Observing Real Life

Good writers observe. Instead, here’s what I do: So I was walking to the post office this morning to mail out two copies of I Am The Devil. As I walked down the shaded walkways of the Yale campus, I … Continue reading

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Short Black Hair

Here are some very minor changes I am considering for I Am The Devil: Changing Alice’s entrance description; omitting her Southern accent and short black hair. Spelling “Jackson Pollock” correctly. Changing Karl’s line in Act II, Scene 3 to “It’s … Continue reading

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Insecure Whining

Oh, before I forget. After all the insecure whining I did over my rough Marley split-stage outline, I sent it to Dean, and he thinks it really works. He acknowledges that there are some spots we still have to play … Continue reading

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