A sometimes half-arsed record of the process of writing in its' variegated many forms.
- Ye' Olde Coffee Shoppe
- The structure of success
- Ideational progression
- Open-sourced possibilities
- The edges of dreamlife
- Just so there's no misunderstanding
- Wild New Ideas come forrowing out of the ground
- A moment of celebration
- On the straightforward tip
- Can I get a little meta?
- Astrogeny and my own humble beginnings
- ▼ 01 (11)
Monday, January 28, 2008
So I just printed out the first draft of The Coffee shoppe (yeah, it's just the working title), and the thing is a behemoth. This is going to be a frustrating editorial process. I wrote the thing so that I could excise the first draft of Darwin's Child and get with the editorial process on that thing, and I've essentially given myself twice as much work. Now I've got to try and figure out if I can really split the whole thing into a play and a screenplay. The idea is to break off the read through of DC into a play, and just have a cursory one in the film in which Robinson tells Sal that he's full of shiite and he's written a really verbose action film with dialogue that would be better suited to the theatre with the re reversed from our American style if you get my drift. Well, I'm down in the dungeon of Umass's library, and the place is eight hundred degress, so I'm gonna get on. First day of classes-yeah, oh yeah!
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