Writing as Jazz, Jazz as Writing: Part 2
Scott Myers
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I love the jazz analogy — I play a little and there’s a just once or twice I’ve played things I didn’t know I could play. It’s the same experience when writing and ideas seem to present themselves out of nowhere.

There’s a line that I think comes from Thelonius Monk — it’s from a hand-written note titled T. Monk’s advice — it goes: “The *inside* of the tune (the bridge) is the part that makes the *outside* sound good.” That’s always said something to me about the inner workings of a story and the way it looks on the screen.

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