no room for cheaters this year?
so, i seem to remember that last year there was a space for people who were participating, but not totally official because they were working on something already started, etc.
have we gotten stricter this year?
i ask because the play i really want to be writing is one i started six months ago, when i wrote about 15 pages. i haven't touched it since, as i've been drowning in a fiction ghostwriting project. actually, i've looked at it a couple times, but been supremely stuck. i think this could be the best way to push through the stickiness and bust out a draft.
but it looks like there's no room for me if i've already started?
i could work on something else. this is just the thing i keep coming back to in my head when i'm doing the damn ghostwriting and thinking "i wish i was working on a play instead ..." it seems silly to write something else for the sake of writing something else, when this is the play i want to be writing.
FWIW, i would definitely exceed 75 pages. my full lengths are always around 100. so i would write at least 75 pages in the month of November ...
i know, i'm splitting hairs. feel free to scold me, Miss Dorothy. (we miss you in Seattle.)
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