In an illuminating interview released over the weekend writer Andrew Bovell discusses family, Hollywood, writers block and his sanity. As the Patrick White fellow, Bovell also speaks passionately about the state of writing in Australia:
“A lot of writers will tell you a story of being commissioned, spending two or three years writing a play and then not seeing it produced … They shouldn’t abandon a writer like that. If you think a writer’s worth commissioning, they’re worth producing.”
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