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Lisa is a freelance director, writer and script consultant of new writing. See Biography for more. She has been Artistic Director and joint Chief Executive of two new writing theatre companies, The Red Room (1995-2006) and Soho Theatre (2006-10). Author of The No Rules Handbook for Writers. The scripts she's developed have won or been listed for every major UK writing award. Lisa teaches on MAs in playwriting and dramaturgy, she runs rewriting workshops and offers one to one script consultancy.
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Arts Council DYCP Award for children's novel and play.
National Theatre Connections play
SPECIAL OFFER: 40% Discount off The No Rules Handbook for Writers (see below) with this code ONNORULES when you buy direct from the publisher, Oberon Books, rather than Amazon or Waterstones. oberonbooks.com/no-rules-handbook.
was published by Oberon Books in April 2012 in paperback and Kindle. It reached Number 1 in Amazon non-fiction. It's been getting a great response from writers, reviewers, teachers and is now in its second imprint.
'Lisa Goldman?s book is like the best of British new writing: it is personal, well-written, clearly thought out and resonant. Its advice is passionately felt but perfectly controlled. And its ideas sing and inspire. ' Aleks Sierz (critic and author of In Yer Face Theatre)
'Reading just one book about the craft or theory of playwriting is the worst thing a playwright can do - far worse than reading none. Lisa Goldman's book is an exception.' Fraser Grace (Convener of MPhil in Playwriting Studies, Birmingham University)
' Feisty, helpful, liberating stuff ' The Stage
' Full of sensible advice' Lyn Gardner (The Guardian)
Buy the kindle version and see more reviews at Amazon
Silence one story and another is Born is Lisa's chapter in Global Insights on Theatre Censorship, comparing Lisa's experiences working in Iran and on Behud in the UK. Published Routledge September 2015.This is one of those expensive academic books unfortunately, but if you've access to a university library, it's worth a read.