Monthly Archives: August 2002

It’s Dead

Reading reviews for Neil LaBute’s film adaptation of A.S. Byatt’s Possession the other day got my wild, anti-literary side all riled up. Possession is hard-core librarian porn. It has two love stories, one love letter, and is itself a love … Continue reading

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Mass-Mailed Rejection

Let’s crunch numbers. Yesterday a copy of I Am The Devil went down to Florida from the idyllic Highmount Post Office. The charge to send the play and to stamp a self-addressed envelope (to return the play after its inevitable … Continue reading

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Love Affairs

I previously brought up the point that I was disturbed that I was mining areas that better playwrights had taken before. David Ives had his “Soap Opera” and Edward Albee his The Goat before I had my Couchophilia. What could … Continue reading

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