Changing careers and sticking with the novel writing.
First person present tense: not so unnatural after all.
A part of life.
Bello was published in October 2020 by Foglifter, and features a trans man, on vacation in Florence. While there he spots an attractive Italian man and embarks on the most strange and wonderful one night stand. Purchase copies here.
I previously mentioned that my short audio play “And Ten More Years” had been selected for Project Outbreak to be performed. Well, tonight is the premiere, at 7 pm MST. Meet Emery, James, and Ren, a polyamorous trio celebrating their ten year anniversary, though not at all harmoniously. Cameo by some very important pineapple juice.Continue reading “Premiere: “And Ten More Years” (audio play)”
I’ve been struggling mightily with my current project, a novella I have been working on since 2016. I have persisted through four drafts now, and I hope that the current draft, the fifth, will be closest to what I have wanted the project to be from the inception. But it’s been so damn hard toContinue reading “The Minutiae of Life”
I recently came across someone’s blog post where they lamented theater in a COVID-19 world. They claimed that without live performances and human interaction, theater is effectively dead. Really. Because from where I’m standing, my students have access to plays via streaming services online. Just this last week I saw a dramatic reading of aContinue reading “Theater is Dead; Long Live Theater”
So like any good gay/queer I am late to whatever queer function is happening. Yesterday was Lesbian Visibility Day. I recently finished writing a short play about two lesbians. They meet after a terrifying pandemic has wiped out most of the human race. It’s been two years since either of them have seen another person.Continue reading “Lesbian Visibility Day”
Rex is a play about an English inkeeper who tries to deceive tourists concerning the site of King Arthur’s grave, with humorous results. It was written for the Young Playwright’s Workshop at Denver Center for the Performing Arts in 2000. It was also performed there.
They Are Life is a short story that follows a bold and rebellious woman’s quest to save a doomed people. It was originally published in U. S. Represented in 2015.