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  • 07 Apr 2019 1:33 AM | Rachana Pandey

    2019. “In Conversation with Gautam Chatterjee on Banaras and Theatre.” Muse India 83 (Jan- Feb 2019). Web. (ISSN No. 0975 - 1815) Available at:  

     2018. (Interview) “In Conversation with Manjula Padmanabhan.” Muse India: The Literary eJournal Special Issue: Indian Feminism 78 (Mar-Apr 2018). Web. 28 April 2018.     

    2017. “Men in Theatrical Performance.” Muse India 72 (Mar-Apr 2017) Web. 10 Apr. 2017. Available at:         

  • 29 Mar 2019 10:13 AM | Ronni Sanlo

    April 7, 2019, 7:00 PM 

    My Readers Theater play Dear Anita Bryant will be presented at the Desert Rose Playhouse in Palm Springs, CA.

    In 1977 singer Anita Bryant kicked off her anti-gay work in an effort to repeal Miami’s new non-discrimination ordinance. Successful, Bryant took that campaign on the road across the country. The next year the Florida legislature ruled that lesbians and gay men were not fit parents. In 1979, I came out as a lesbian and lost custody of my two young children. Years later, I wrote a letter to Anita Bryant. This play, both dramatic and humorous, shares the challenges of pain and the power of forgiveness as it tells the stories of LGBT history during that time through the AIDS crisis to the present.

    This play was also produced at the Palm Springs Camelot theater on February 15, 2019 and at the San Diego Diversionary Theater on February 19, 2019. In addition, a youth edition of the play was performed at the Rainbow Youth Summit in Palm Springs on March 2, 2019.

  • 28 Feb 2019 10:55 PM | Anonymous

    This is an anthology that focuses on the personal experiences of 31 Zimbabwean Women before and after the war of Independence.

    Weaver Press, 2018

  • 08 Feb 2019 10:15 AM | Shoshannah Boray

    Recently published by YouthPLAYS

    Benny and Andy take care of one another; that’s what siblings do. Especially when it’s just the two of them against the world, which shouldn’t happen when you’re teenagers, but…here they are. Budgeting their income and paying the bills, talking to the principal, starting college, making still more doctor appointments…and through it all they’ve managed to keep their little house of cards standing. But when Benny steals Andy’s piggy bank, will it all come crashing down?

  • 24 Jan 2019 6:28 PM | Carolyn Gage

    Fable for trauma survivors and compassionate witnesses...  Illustrated by Sudie Rakusin and published by Headmistress Press.

  • 24 Jan 2019 11:31 AM | Sandra de Helen

    Blue Roses was published by Madwomen in the Attic online with notes by the author. It can be read for free in total here: The play is set in 1940 in a so-called insane asylum in Fulton, Missouri. Two women, both sisters of famous men, undergo lobotomies, while two local working-class women who are employed there set out to save the Roses as well as themselves. [The two Roses are Rosemary Kennedy, sister of JFK, and Rose Isabelle Williams, sister of Tennessee Williams. Both were lobotomized in real life. The play is a fictionalized account.]

  • 27 Dec 2018 12:35 PM | Anonymous

    Charlotte Higgins' monologue "No Breathing Room" from her play ALABAMA BOUND was published in Spring 2018 in APPLAUSE Books "Later Chapters:  The Best Monologues and Scenes for Actors Over 50." The monologue is the darkly humorous story of a woman at a major crossroads who must choose between saving her own life and her duty to her downtrodden husband and his tyrannical mother.

  • 19 Dec 2018 1:44 PM | Eliza Wyatt

    for my novel, Annabel Langoni, scheduled

    to be published 2020 with Stirling Publishing, Edinburgh, Scotland.

  • 18 Dec 2018 8:47 PM | Dale Stamos

    RenWomen: What Modern Renaissance Women Have to Teach Us About Living Rich, Fulfilling Lives details the inspirational stories of 16 multi-faceted, multi-talented women.  It is co-authored by ICWP member Dale Griffiths Stamos and her twin brother, W. Scott Griffiths. Says Human Development Founder, and iconic author, Jean Houston, of the book: “This stunning work is exceptional in its fascinating portraits of women who are creating a renaissance of spirit."

    Available in paperback and Kindle edition at:

ICWP Is a 501- c - 3 Non Profit  Organization, incorporated in the State of Ohio, USA

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