Playwright's POV Issue 2 - Writing a Play in 24hrs: A Survival Guide by Paul Ciufo
"As the Saskatchewan plains rose up to meet the jet, I recalled the theory that people in barren landscapes are often inspired to create marvellous works of art (e.g. the desert-dwelling ancient Egyptians). I hoped there was some truth to it since I’d soon need to write an entire play in one day. Then I remembered who had told me about the theory: my plains-living, prose fiction-writing sister Joanne Gerber. She was the reason I’d left my Ontario home to participate in the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition..."
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