Listen: Duncan Hands breaks the Six-Pack podcast in twain

Duncan Hands is my guest on episode 13 of The Schenectady Six-Pack, the podcast where we apply the golden rule of writing to the question writers dread.

You can stream the episode now on Soundcloud or Mixcloud, or subscribe to the podcast feed to get new episodes delivered automatically.

The cafe where we were recording closed earlier than I expected, so this episode has a brief interval – after which we talk about where to put the interval when writing a play. We also cover Ernest Hemingway’s manly bumcheeks (too manly for sitting!) and Duncan’s possibly controversial opinion of Oscar Wilde, all sparked off by prompts from Hel Gurney, @NITHwritingcomp, @WriteDivas and @AbamSlight.

Have a listen to the episode now:




Keep up with Duncan online at http://duncanhandslightingdesign.weebly.com and on Twitter @D_J_Hands.

Find the European Arts Company at http://www.europeanarts.co.uk. Their production of The Picture of Dorian Gray is touring the UK from 22 September until 31 October.


About M. J. Starling

Writer, and host of the Schenectady Six-Pack podcast. Gave William Hope Hodgson's ghost-finder, Carnacki, his stage debut.


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