13 June, 2007

Mario Fratti, playwright, report

Garden City News:

"Fratti shared a secret to success, not simply in the world of literature but in all aspects of life: Persistence. Everyone must learn how to successfully deal with rejection and carry on. The persistent writers and other professionals are the only ones who achieve some measure of success. Just because you get rejected it does not mean you are not a good writer; he stated that he may send a play he has written to fifty producers and might receive about forty-six rejections."

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