– 3 April 2016 –
It’s my habit to write a lot of different plays at once.
Occasionally, they share an underlying theme or world – writing about a 17′ century Venetian composer, for instance, led me to a feminist nun of the same area and era – but each play’s form is so different from any of the others that they’re easily discernible.
That’s not your prompt, unless you’d like it to be, just a bit of backstory.
A couple of my current works are focussing on the gender wars – aka The War On Women – from different points of view. During my research, one question led to another to another to this article. It’s a bit of a how-to guide.
Well, that’s an understatement.
It’s called “9 Questions You Must Ask Her.”
Your prompt, should you choose to accept it, is any or all of those questions, or your response to the whole darned thing.
You’re welcome! Happy writing.