Author Archives: Anthony

About Anthony

An aspiring playwright/screenwriter, ex-Christian Humanist who has a few things to say now and then :)

Walking in Memphis…

I’m sitting here at Memphis International Airport waiting for my lunch. I’m still trying to process the reading last night. There are many playwrights for whom this would be just another day. They have readings of their work, they’re regularly … Continue reading

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Stacked and Scheduled

So it’s officially scheduled. My play “Stacks” will get a staged reading on Monday, December 2nd, at the NewWorks@TheWorks festival put on by Playhouse on the Square in Memphis, TN. I’ve made arrangements to be there. For the reading series, … Continue reading

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Stacked, Redux…

Way back in January, I blogged about my recently completed play, “Stacks,” that I was just sending out to a couple of play competitions. It felt like, well, it was a win to just complete it, to get it to the … Continue reading

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Endgame

No, not that Endgame. This one… Game of Thrones is over, and I, like so many others, have a zillion thoughts about it rolling around. A word of warning – this post is ALL SPOILERS – ALL THE TIME. Do … Continue reading

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Stacked, Baby…

My most recently completed play, Stacks, is sitting in a couple inboxes for New Play competitions – the prize is usually a reading and a shot at production, depending on the venue. Another copy is going out today to another … Continue reading

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Bored of the Things

I grew up reading Fantasy. In fact, I learned to read novels in large part by reading Fantasy. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, A Wizard of Earthsea, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Elric of Melniboné, The … Continue reading

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Brandy Reminds Me

Sometimes a song is so deeply tied to a place or a time that it almost transports you to another time and place. You see the sights, smell the fragrance, hear the other sounds around the song from that time. … Continue reading

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