News I’m delighted to share the news that my short story “Clean Cup” has been published in Darkhouse Books’ new cozy crime anthology, Shhhh . . . Murder! Set in a fictional branch of the Denver Public Library named for Mary Chase, the creator of Harvey, the six-foot, three-and-a-half-inch-high, invisible rabbit, “Clean Cup” asks what else besides books ends up in those return drop boxes at the end of the day?
News I recently received the very happy news that my radio play “The Hall of Mirrors: Not Another Word,” was awarded second place in the 2018 Marion Thauer Brown Audio Drama Scriptwriting Competition.
Go: MBT Script Competition
News I’m so pleased to report that my art photo, “Cat’s Cradle,” which was taken in Zimbabwe, is featured in a two-page spread in 3ELEMENTS LITERARY REVIEW, Issue #19 (July 2018), pp. 52-53.
Go: 3Elements – Summer 2019 – Issue #19
News I am so proud of my art photo, “In a Scrape,” which is featured on the April 2018 cover of 3Elements Literary Review.
This is a wonderful literary journal with a unique approach and terrific work.
Go: 3Elements – Spring 2018
I’m thrilled to share the news that my dark Victorian comedy, “A Merry Widow or Two,” has won the 2019 Colorado Authors League Award of Excellence for Stageplay.😊🎭❣️
New! I am happy to present the following call for submissions for a panel I am co-chairing for the 2019 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS):
“Material Characters: Theatrical Costumes during the Long 18th Century” Jennie MacDonald, Independent Scholar, AND Janine Haugen, Independent Scholar
This session invites proposals for papers investigating the material culture of theatrical costumes. Papers might address: garments and accoutrements such as wigs, jewellery, and shoes, as well as role-specific accessories such as crowns and weapons; economics; historical and political accuracy and commentary; textual interpretation; the significance of costume for “inherited” roles; gender considerations; child actors; costumes in non-patent forms such as opera, pantomime, puppet and toy theatres; and costumes for private theatricals and strolling companies. Building on recent visual studies and gender scholarship concerning theatrical costumes, we hope to explore ways in which the life-span of costumes from creation and acquistion to use, commemoration, and disposal impacted theatrical culture within the theatre and in the wider community during the long eighteenth century. Proposals featuring visual images are especially welcome.
Submitters must be current members of ASECS. Please see the official call here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yOXlCMEiZGo9pj_zifNi-ydZQD73BTX9/view?usp=sharing