“I write without stopping. I write whatever comes. And it doesn’t have to make sense.”
Diane Samuels takes an in-depth look at her award-winning play Kindertransport, exploring how real-life people and experiences helped to inspire its creation, and considers the importance of telling female stories.
In vivid detail, Samuels describes her writing practice, from how she structures her day to the specific tools and techniques she uses to encourage the development of her work.
*Contains strong language
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