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January 30, 2013


Yay! I'm so glad to hear it's going well! It's a glorious play to teach, but hard, of course. Shakespeare will NEVER bore us, will he?

And if I helped in the tiniest way, I'm especially glad.

That sounds like so much fun!

I love your last point about voice... especially because the post I read just before this one was linked to by Dean Dad, on what writers can learn from comics, and he has some great observations about voice. http://www.mattdebenham.com/blog/what-writers-can-learn-from-comedians/

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