‘When I’m reading back work, I try to wear my ‘audience’ hat. I remove myself as the writer, and read the work as if I’ve paid money for my ticket and I’m sat in a darkened theatre.’
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Rhiannon Tise speaks with Ann Morgan about collaborating with actors, producers and the listener, adapting classic novels for radio, being drawn to the dark edges and keeping the essence of a project.
‘Draft two is actually known to the world as draft one. It’s the draft that my agent or my producer will read.’
‘If we’d planned a girls’ trip to London or a night out, my sister would ask me who I’d killed off this time, and I would let her know which of my characters had taken the fall.’