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  • 08 Apr 2021 3:05 PM | Farzana Moon

    Sharing my interview on spiritual seedling website with Nancy Finchbaugh

    An interview with Farzana Moon. 


  • 31 Mar 2021 12:39 PM | Laura Thoma

    My play "Magpie" is being published by Next Stage Press!! It will be available starting April 1st.  If any one is interested in buying a copy I'd love it if you would leave a review as it helps drive more people to the play--Thank you!

    Here's a link: https://nextstagepress.net/magpie/  

  • 15 Mar 2021 4:05 PM | Judith Pratt

    My play "Losing It" is in Smith & Kraus "Best Ten Minute Plays of 2021!

  • 11 Feb 2021 2:46 PM | Donna Spector

    A monologue from my play "Not for the Ferryman" was published in "The Best Women's Stage Monologues 2020" by Smith & Kraus.

  • 05 Feb 2021 12:15 PM | Sandra de Helen

    My third poetry collection to be published by Launch Point Press in as many years. Poetry for the People is a collection of political poems on topics from the personal to partisan politics to children in cages, black lives matter, the pandemic and more. Available wherever books are sold online.

  • 14 Jan 2021 1:36 PM | Shoshannah Boray

    Momo No Kawa: Peach River.  Drama. 25-30 minutes, for elementary students, 12-50 actors, gender neutral, simple set, colorful. Adapted from classic Japanese folktale, a modern fable about cooperation, peace, and courage.  With Japanese folkdance, language, music. Published by YouthPlays.  https://www.youthplays.com/play/momo-no-kawa-peach-river-by-shoshannah-boray-531



  • 14 Jan 2021 1:25 PM | Shoshannah Boray

    The Most Important Thing in the World is a short play, for two actors (age 14-22, gender flexible) about siblings, love, and meeting life's challenges with courage, humor, and love.  Published by YouthPLAYS.https://www.youthplays.com/play/the-most-important-thing-in-the-world-by-shoshannah-boray-515

  • 17 Nov 2020 5:47 PM | Anonymous

    Dreams of Glass is a short one-act dramedy for a solo performer. 

    one-woman 40-minute play with comedic and dramatic elements.

    Daisi Dickie, a young woman with dreams of becoming a clairvoyant, and a changer of lives, discovers her power to influence her own life. Planning to open a psychic hotline with her sister Madi, she grapples with her own identity, predetermined by her father’s system of numerology, her mother’s disappointment with her own life, her own role in a relationship with boyfriend, Kenny, and her relationship with her father who “appears” offstage as a spirit.

    Published by Blue Moon Plays 

  • 08 Nov 2020 5:08 PM | Joyce Fontana

    The Court of Universal Perpetuity is in session. Its task, to determine eternal placement of human events on the Wrong or Right Side of History. Manifest Destiny is present to make her case, but finds her position challenged by other stakeholders in the Court’s decision. How will the Court rule on this American phenomenon that has carved the heritage of the country, yet left a trail of scars and tears?


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