Browsing All posts tagged under »writer’s block«

A Look Again for the Play In It.

June 29, 2011


True story: when I was in my teens, I thought I’d pretty quickly end up married with children and living a more or less conventional 9 – 5 lifestyle. My older brother, you see, was the artist. He painted alone in his room, slept in, and wore paint splattered jeans. He’s now married with children […]

Two Approaches to Creation: A Way to Make Sense Of (And Hopefully Defeat) Creative Blocks

February 17, 2009


I’ve been fairly productive as of late and, as a result, I’ve been thinking about the creative process. It seems to me there are two different approaches to creation : representational and emergent. By representational, I mean, a creative process whereby a person begins with an idea, a feeling, a story — whatever — and […]

Tangelico, A Play in One Act

December 4, 2008


Jacob has the space booked. He is certain of it. He has proof, evidence, and memories. Furthermore, there are rules, systems, and procedures designed to resolve this very kind of conflict. Unfortunately, Jenna and Samantha won’t leave him alone, won’t let him get back to doing whatever he was doing — and would be doing […]


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