Category Archives: Divine Play

Silliness is my strong point

“So what’s the deal with Divine Play?” you may (but probably didn’t) ask. I just want to say here that I had a great writing teacher from Chicago, who followed Joseph Conrad’s dictum that the task of a writer is “by … Continue reading

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Stare Wars

STARE WARS Divine Play, pp. 250-252 Greatest Cinema → Stage → TV → Novel → Cinema Adaptations Ever! Stare Wars V: Empire Ascendant A Stage Adaptation by Danny Mammy Meat locker on the floating city of Aspirin. LUCKY CLOUDANCER steps onto the circular platform, right. He wears jeans and … Continue reading

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