I am a firm believer that writing finds the form it needs.  I write poetry, fiction, memoir, non-fiction and also plays.  What does drama do that other forms don’t?

In a poem, there is one voice. In drama, there as many as you wish.  These voices can be individual people, the elements (for example, the Moon in Lorca’s Blood Wedding) or a chorus which in early Greek drama sang and amplified the themes of the drama.

I have had three full-length plays produced and am working on a fourth.  I’ve also been part of a regular writing group at the Marlowe Theatre where I have enjoyed experimenting with shorter pieces.