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In the Room - Episode 60
In an interview for publication in the Broadway Issue of The Dramatist, Jeanine Tesori shares her process and talks about the musical inspiration for her award-winning Violet and Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center.
Originally recorded in 2002 for The Dramatist.
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DG Academy: Soman Chainani
When Soman Chainani's The School for Good and Evil, the first novel in a trilogy, came out, it spent five weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List and thirteen weeks on the Indie Best Sellers List, and sold to Universal in its first week of release. Chainani is also a filmmaker whose work has been seen at more than 150 film festivals, winning more than 30 awards.
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DG Huddle #10 - Time Management
Guild Director of Membership Roland Tec leads a brainstorming session on the challenge of carving out time for writing as our lives become ever more crowded with time-consuming and essential obligations that compete for our attention and our time. What are some systems you've put in place, or imagined putting in place, that might help others wrestle with the challenges of making steady progress on one's writing while still tending to family, friends, outside jobs, travel, teaching, and general survival.
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