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  • 13 Dec 2019 1:30 PM | Sandra de Helen

    Sandra de Helen has a keen ear for language and nuance. The poems in this new volume are accessible and clever while also being insightful. This is the kind of collection you can read over and over and enjoy it fresh every time. Published by Launch Point Press. Available in paperback and ebook formats.

  • 08 Nov 2019 5:34 PM | Jennifer O'Grady

    Jennifer O'Grady's "Tomorrow or Next Year" is published in Feels Blind Literary.

  • 02 Oct 2019 12:46 PM | Debra Kaufman

    My new poetry collection, God Shattered, is available from Jacar Press

    Crows and mirrors, shadows and mothers. Moving seamlessly
    between lyric and persona and always telling a piece of a larger
    story, God Shattered offers poems that are home to many
    familiars—family and community, landscape and weather, fairy
    tales, daydreams, skepticism, silence and hope. In the journey of
    this book, Kaufman discovers how personal disillusionment can
    be a guide to finding the godly within ourselves. These poems lead
    us to contemplate and understand our place in this fragile world.

  • 29 Aug 2019 12:28 PM | Catherine Frid

    Catherine Frid's play AfterWhys about hope and resilience for people whose lives have been impacted by suicide is touring with public performances in southern Ontario: Hanover on September 24th; Orangeville on September 25; Waterloo on September 27; Mount Forest on September 30.

  • 22 Aug 2019 1:32 PM | Laura Shamas

    SEEDS by Laura Shamas will be published in "Silk Road Review," Issue #21, Fall 2019. ( 

    SEEDS , a ten-minute play, is set in a dystopian future, and is about a Native American family's guardianship of native seeds. 

  • 07 Aug 2019 4:28 PM | Vita Morales

    Little Black Dress INK theater company has compiled an extraordinary collection of monologues and short plays about the present sitting president of the United States and the victims of his sexual appetite.  The collection is being finalized and will be made available to theaters and other professionals in printed form.  Any monies realized by the project will benefit RAINN.  

    My contribution ends the program.  All women in the theater should take a good look at this collection and support the cause.  You can sign up for your copy at or look them up on Facebook.

  • 14 Jul 2019 2:34 PM | Farzana Moon


    American Queen

    This book delineates the true story of an American girl, Ora Ray Baker, who fell in love with an Indian mystic by the name of Hazrat Inayat Khan. They were married in London and settled in Paris. Their firstborn daughter Noor-un-Nissa, during WW11 became a British spy in Paris. She was captured by Gestapo and later killed in Concentration Camp in Germany. Their eldest son Vilayat Khan served in Royal British Navy, docked on the beaches of Normandy to deliver men, weapons and equipment to allied forces. He survived WW11 and now his son Pir Zia carries the Sufi legacy of his grandparents Ora Ray Baker and Hazrat Inayat Khan in Richmond Virginia, USA. Ora Ray Baker’s memories are still alive in Fazal Manzil in Suresnes, a suburb of Paris where she lived and died, her home, now a Sufi retreat. It also hosts memories of her husband and their children, especially of Noor-un-Nissa who was posthumously awarded highest medals, French Croix de Guerre presented by General Charles de Gaulle and British George Cross by King of England George V1. She is also enshrined in a movie, Spy Princess.

    Please post a review on Amazon if you kindly purchase the book. Greatly appreciated!


  • 08 Jul 2019 10:57 PM | Rachana Pandey

    I am happy to share that my book titled Body and Space in Performance: The Plays of Manjula Padmanabhan and Poile Sengupta is published. Kindly find the following details -   

    Body and Space in Performance: The Plays of Manjula Padmanabhan and Poile    Sengupta. New Delhi: ABS Books, 2019. pp. 156, ISBN: 978-93-87229-00-6.   Hardcover. $36, INR 645.    

  • 06 Jul 2019 3:08 PM | Ibi Abazi

    We are happy to inform that the world premiere of a theater play “An Albanian, A Serb and the Soldiers” was really successful event. We have Eight other performances on the dates below:

     July 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 at 8 PM.

    Venue: Producers Club Theaters, 358 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 (between 8th and 9th Avenue). The venue has a bar/lounge.

    “An Albanian, A Serb and the Soldiers” written by Ibadete Abazi - IBI, is a full-length (60-minute) drama, with six characters. It explores deep conflict, and a dynamic story based in reality about those opposing the wars in former Yugoslavia and the political games of swapping territories … and more.

    The year is 1999, the time, the last night of the NATO bombing campaign of the Serbian Army in Kosovo. In a cellar in downtown Pristina, two hungry and frightened men, journalists from opposing sides, await their fates. As NATO fighter planes scream overhead and drop bombs, two opposing fighting forces in the darkened city struggle to win their objectives – independence for the breakaway province of Kosovo, or maintaining the dominance of the old Yugoslav Serbian political order. An Albanian journalist and a Serbian journalist, hiding from the fighting, must either decide to coexist peacefully together, or their fate will be to die together. Soldiers do their job.

    Honey and Blood Theater is a name which evokes dual and competing images of Balkan Europe, a region historically filled with both beauty - the honey, and violence - the blood.

    Produced and directed by Vinny Abazi.

    Cast features Vinny Abazi, Albanian-born American actor, director, and producer; Croatian actor Ivica Marc, and introducing to the U.S. stage three new talented performers, Serbian-born actor Ivan Kirincic, Albanian-born Julian Gjaci, and Montenegro- born American actor Izzy Durakovic. The actors are from the five countries which are part of this ongoing territorial drama: Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, and Kosovo. The play is translated by Alexandra Channer along with the consultations of Greg Kay and Janet Wasserman.

  • 30 Jun 2019 2:06 PM | Suzanne d'Corsey

    Including the theatre monologue 'Lucy' published in Singular Voices: Monologues from the International Centre for Women Playwrights, July 2008, the rest of the collection is composed of short stories previously published in literary journals.

    Released 19 June, 2019

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