File puptcrit/puptcrit.0707, message 237

Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 15:08:42 -0700 (PDT)
To: 2007 puptcrit <>
Subject: [Puptcrit] on writing for puppeteers

Dear Critterfriends,

among my current projects, I am not only writing a new
play and a syllabus for my class, but also, writing an
article about the marionette. Oddly enough, I am
finding writing the article to be the most difficult.
This, I assume, is because I am making an attempt at
both a scholarly piece and because there is so much
worth discussing. I have been given excellent advice
on writing from the editor, however, in effort to
bolster my craft before turning in my draft, I open to
the group for discussion: 

What is missing from today's critical writings on the
marionette, which if well crafted, could serve to
further the form both in sharing information,
demystifying the process, opening others to the art,
and generally creating a space for the art to become
more prolific?

I welcome suggestions. 


Yvette Edery
Director, ArtistrYE Productions
Puppetry for Film, Television, & Theater

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