On this edition of Parenting & Playwriting with Catherine Trieschmann: the appearance of one little spider can change one's views on writing and life.
Catherine Trieschmann is a playwright living on the plains of Western Kansas. To learn more about her, visit her author page at Samuel French.
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This post is the fifth column of a regular series on Parenting & Playwriting. In this edition, Catherine Trieschmann writes about the idea of working parent's guilt.
Catherine Treischmann's Parenting & Playwriting series continues with a question about new play development: when you're offered out-of-town production and development oppurtunities, what do you do when you're the primary caregiver to small children?
Catherine Trieschmann continues her column on parenting as a playwright with answering a reader's question regarding "having it all." Can anyone have it all? And who would you rather be – Diane Keaton or Sam Shepherd?