Thursday, December 09, 2004

Writing as therapy

Dan Harris goes back to his childhood in an article for the Writers Guild of America west's magazine, Written By.
As a writer, I think I've cleared one of the first major hurdles. I've written a film that is personal to me, and miraculously it's been made. I can only hope that my "therapy session" connects with other people. Life is hard, and it often pulls no punches. Sometimes when you think it cannot get any worse, it does. Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel dies just as you approach it. But sometimes there is healing in catastrophe. Sometimes people are given a second chance.

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