Archives for July 2012

Notes from The Structuralist: How Structure Helps Your Work

If you were building a house, would you put up the brilliant blue shutters before you laid the foundation?  Such a house would not stand.  Similarly, when you pour your voice – however brilliant – upon the page unframed, you create something that cannot hold together. When playwrights first work with me, they are often opposed to […]

Twelve Tidy Tips for Writers
To Help Market Your Work

Learn some easy ways to make your writing more marketable, and to make the market more receptive to your work.

SMASHING SUCCESS–LOCAL APPEARANCE

A five-star rating on Amazon.  A 3-book deal with Simon & Schuster.  A rising star in the genre of legal thrillers.  I am so proud to have given Allison Leotta her first lessons in structure and plotting, which have now led to a brilliant career for this outstanding young writer.   Join me Monday for a […]