The End of the World

An odd, yet oddly touching tale of life, death, and the space in-between. “Wildly imaginative and breathtakingly surreal” ~ Kindle Fire Department. Available in Kindle, paperback and audio book editions.


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Schism

Weaving together dark humour with shocking, unsettling twists, Schism lures you into a world where the line between fantasy and reality becomes increasingly and perilously blurred. Available in Kindle, paperback and audio book editions.


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Strange Tales of the Curiously Uncommon

When extraordinary events befall some of London's most ordinary of inhabitants, unexpected turns lead to some witty, strange, yet ultimately satisfying results. A collection of darkly humorous short stories, each with a cunning twist in the tale. Available in Kindle and

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The Impressionists

A collection of six poignant, sometimes heart-wrenching, sometimes heart-warming and frequently witty first person short stories, each juxtaposing the public face with the private, conflicted person behind it. Available in Kindle and paperback editions.


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A Mouth Full of Ashes

An unflinching look at the aftermath of a murder and the question of forgiveness. “Everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea, until they have something to forgive.” ~ C.S. Lewis. Available in Kindle and paperback editions.


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Cuthbert's Last Stand & Other Short Stories

This short story adaptation of the award-winning play Cuthbert’s Last Stand is now available in this new collection of comedic short stories. Also included are The Love Bite (adapted from Indigenous Peoples), Foreign Bodies, and A Slip of the Tongue.


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Suburban Redux: A Novella

This novella adaptation of the hit stage play Suburban Redux presents us with a hilarious and poignant tale about love, truth and acceptance in a romantic comedy for the modern family.


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​​​Monologues They'll Remember You By

A collection of 80 unique and compelling monologues that allow you to create memorable character portraits of depth and vitality for that all-important moment in the spotlight. Whether a professional or a student actor, you'll find this book an invaluable resource for landing that coveted role or winning that competition.


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Audition Monologues for Young Men: Selections from Contemporary Works
Monologue from ‘Suburban Redux’ now available in ‘Audition Monologues for Young Men: Selections from Contemporary Works,’ published by Pioneer Drama Service, Inc. Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff and Patrick Rainville Dorn.

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​​​The Best Ten Minute Plays 2016
Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has now published ‘A Rebel Among the Wretched’ in its anthology ‘The Best Ten Minute Plays 2016’. Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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​​​The Best Ten Minute Plays 2015
Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has now published ‘The Craft’ in its anthology ‘The Best Ten Minute Plays 2015’. Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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​​The Best Ten Minute Plays 2014

Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has now published ‘Filler’ in its anthology ‘The Best Ten Minute Plays 2014’. Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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The Bedford Introduction to Literature

‘What’s the Meta?’ is published in The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing (10th Edition), published by Bedford/St. Martin’s. Edited by Michael Meyer.


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The COMPACT Bedford Introduction to Literature

'What's the Meta?' is now published in The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing (10th Edition), published by Bedford/St. Martin's. Edited by Michael Meyer.


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The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2011 (Contemporary Playwrights Series)

Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has published ‘Cafe Grotesquerie’ in the anthology 'The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2011 (Contemporary Playwrights Series).' Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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2010: The Best Ten-Minute Plays 

Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has published ‘Public Relations’ in its anthology ‘2010: The Best Ten-Minute Plays.’ Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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 2009: The Best Ten-Minute Plays for 2 or More Actors

Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. has included ‘What's the Meta?’ in its anthology '2009: The Best Ten-Minute Plays for 2 or More Actors.' Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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Audition Monologues for Young Women

The monologue 'Organ Failure' is included in the theatre anthology ‘Audition Monologues for Young Women: Contemporary Audition Pieces for Aspiring Actresses,’ published by Meriwether Publishing, Limited. Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff.


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Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays 2

Monologue from ‘Big Girl’ included in the anthology ‘Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays 2,’ published by Meriwether Publishing, Limited. Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff.


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More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays

Monologues from ‘Big Girl’, ‘Cuthbert’s Last Stand’ and ‘Suburban Redux’ available in ‘More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays: An Anthology of New Dramatic Writing from Professionally Produced Plays' published by Meriwether Publishing Ltd. Edited by Roger Ellis.


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The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2007, 2 Actors

Theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc has published ‘Cocktail Conversation’ in its anthology 'The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2007, 2 Actors.' Edited by Lawrence Harbison.


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60 Seconds to Shine, Volume 2: 221 One-Minute Monologues for Women

Monologues from ‘A Private Practise’ and ‘The One-Eyed Guru’ published in an anthology from Smith & Kraus Publishers. Edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler Aston.


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161 One-Minute Monologues From Literature

Monologue from “WYWH” included in a new theatre anthology, ‘161 One-Minute Monologues from Literature,’ published Smith & Kraus Publishers, Inc. Edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler Aston.


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60 Seconds to Shine, Volume 1: 221 One-Minute Monologues for Men

Monologues from ‘Suburban Redux,’ ‘Cuthbert's Last Stand,’ and ‘A Private Practise’ available in an anthology from Smith & Kraus Publishers. Edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler Aston.


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Young Women's Monologs from Contemporary Plays

Monologue from ‘Kitchen Sink Drama’ available in this anthology, published by Meriwether Publishing, Limited. Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff.


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The Ultimate Audition Book, Volume 4: 222 Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes and Under

Monologues from ‘Cuthbert's Last Stand’ and ‘Kitchen Sink Drama’ available in ‘222 Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes and Under " published by Smith & Kraus Publishers. Edited by Irene Ziegler Aston and John Capecci.


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Suburban Redux

The full-length play version of the award-winning one-act comedy Cuthbert's Last Stand. Available in Kindle and paperback editions.


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Cuthbert's Last Stand

The popular, award-winning comedy is now available in both Kindle and paperback editions.


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The Meta Plays
A collection of short comedic plays that take theatrical conventions on a metaphysical joyride, now available in the Kindle store. 


This unique compilation of wittily inventive short comedies can be performed by as few as 4 actors or as many as 18, all with minimal set and prop requirements. Many of these plays have gone on to receive highly successful productions around the world, garnering glowing reviews along the way.


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A Ballyhoo in Blighty
The multi-award winning, critically acclaimed ‘Indigenous Peoples’ (Winner “Best Play” – New York's Wonderland One-Act Festival) is paired with three other cheeky, uproarious comedies for an unforgettable evening of side-splitting entertainment.

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A Cure for the Common Cold
A Cure for the Common Cold is a haunting, harrowing drama based on actual events, recalling the horrific fate of a young RAF volunteer under the guise of national security. With the issue of informed consent at its core, the story of a young man’s life cut tragically short and his family’s decades-long quest to unearth the truth became one of the most enduring cover-ups of the Cold War era.


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Arcane Acts of Urban Renewal: Five One-Act Comedies

A collection of five thematically related, darkly humorous one-act plays in which extraordinary events befall some of London's most ordinary of inhabitants, and unexpected turns lead to some witty, strange, sometimes shocking yet ultimately gratifying results.


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Going Solo: One-Act Plays for One Actor

The six one-person plays included in this collection are ideal for actors looking to showcase their talents at solo performance theatre festivals, the popularity of which has grown exponentially in recent years. Each piece allows the actor to explore a multifaceted, well-rounded character that will demonstrate their skills at their finest and fullest.


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The War Plays: Four One-Acts

The four one-act plays in this collection range in style from stark realism to heightened reality, and in tone from poignant drama to dark comedy, but they are all unified by one common theme: the Iraq War.


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The End of the World

In this play based loosely around the state of Bardo from The Tibetan Book of the Dead, dying is the easy part. Getting out of Bardo and returning to the land of the living is a far more perilous proposition, and unless you know what you're doing...you might never leave.


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The Most Interesting Man in the Whole Wide World

Horatio Higgins is a mercurial loner afflicted by delusional disorder, but as his life begins a downward spiral, the line between fantasy and reality becomes increasingly and perilously blurred.


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The One-Eyed Guru

When Rachel returns home late, her husband Jack’s inherent cynicism is put to the test as she begins to elaborate on a day spent in the company of a quixotic stranger. The culmination of her tale, however, will change their lives forever.


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The Treachery of Images

After a young student is brutally raped and murdered, her parents take starkly divergent paths in processing their grief. During this final night of reckoning, each will learn painful, often brutal lessons on love, hate, and the elliptical nature of forgiveness.


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Leah's Gals

Loosely based on Shakespeare’s masterpiece King Lear, Leah’s Gals offers a decidedly down-home, Deep South take on the Bard’s searing tragedy. But don’t let the Pabst Blue Ribbon, double-wide trailers and Virginia Slims fool you – despite its dark humor, Leah’s Gals is every bit as harrowing in its portrayal of familial greed, treachery and unbridled cruelty.


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Kitchen Sink Drama

Elaine Wavering has become inured to a life of stagnant middle-class routine, but on one particular morning an unexpected encounter upends her quiet existence in ways that would have previously seemed unimaginable and leaves her to contend with circumstances that are rapidly engulfing her in a vortex of existential crisis.


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A Private Practice

Dr. Pecksniff, a most singular psychiatrist, is relishing the prospect of fleecing yet another unsuspecting troubled soul. But, just as in psychiatry, things aren't always quite what they appear to be on the surface, and when dark deeds and a dead cat make an appearance, Dr. Pecksniff's unorthodox therapy session is soon sent hurtling towards its shocking conclusion.


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