Learn From The Prose – #4: Christopher M. Wash: Writer of Miss Holmes

Christopher M. Walsh wrote Miss Holmes for Lifeline Theatre in Chicago, which was also turned into an audiodrama in the spring of 2020. He talked about how he works as both a writer and an actor.

(0:38) Working as an actor and a writer
(1:30) Dealing with self doubt
(2:22) Adapting material vs original stories
(3:36) Coming up with ideas
(4:37) The mulling phase of writing
(6:32) First writing project
(9:49) Deadlines and motivation
(12:32) Advice for fellow writers

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