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Writing on the Right Side of the Brain Sybil Kempsen
It will focus on letting go of preconceptions of what it means to write plays, or be a writer, or ideas of what a play is supposed to look like, which can block our true creative impulses. In other words, disarming the judgmental, rational half of our brain and empowering the creative, spatial, associative half that puts us in closer contact with our direct experience and impressions. Emphasis on detail, texture and contiguity will be favored over the more widely-accepted, but often limiting Aristotelian structure and continuity.