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Comedy Poems By Ian Sawicki
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Ian Sawicki has been writing poetry for over twenty years. He is a Manchester born poet, who has dedicated his life to exploration and composition of poetry. His work reflects the many great... More > influential experiences of his life, the pain, the pleasure combined to create new exciting poetry.< Less
Top Story: An Apocalyptic Comedy By Sebastian Michael
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A meteor the size of LA is about to hit LA and in London a couple of friends spend their last seven days watching the news, reinventing chess and rewriting the rules of some of the other games in... More > their universe: generally getting things into perspective, at once paralysed and inspired by the 'overallness of it all'. Getting ready, as best they can, to die together, the enormity of what's about to happen completely overwhelms them, but it also brings out in them a whole burst of creative energy, and so as the story to top all stories unfolds, they inadvertently become its co-authors, while in a dimension far beyond their imagination, their soul-mates-in-spirit are having something of an unexpected ball... --- "Crisp lines...a mix of ambitious ideas and comic relief" - London Evening Standard; "A smart, funny script" - Sci-Fi London. --- This is the combined Programme/Playtext of the original production at The Old Vic Tunnels, London, January 2013. (PLEASE NOTE: uses unorthodox formatting and spelling.)< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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Brett Fauver was happy - twenty-nine and just married, child on the way, and a promising new theatre company in his hometown. It seemed as if his oyster was opening up. However, the presence of... More > lumps in his chest and shoulder alerted him that paradise was far off. After many biopsies and tests, it was determined that he had cancer - hodgkin's disease - which sent his life into a spiral on the same day his son was born. After many treatments and transplants, he is on the mend, with his funny bone still intact! In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches, playwright and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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Brett Fauver was happy - twenty-nine and just married, child on the way, and a promising new theatre company in his hometown. It seemed as if his oyster was opening up. However, the presence of... More > lumps in his chest and shoulder alerted him that paradise was far off. After many biopsies and tests, it was determined that he had cancer - hodgkin's disease - which sent his life into a spiral on the same day his son was born. After many treatments and transplants, he is on the mend, with his funny bone still intact! In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches, playwright and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
Absurd, Satirical, Raunchy Writings for the New American Atheist By Sundae Rye
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Toughing the world of non-fiction, Sundae Rye sarcastically polishes his former faith with candid humor and earthy absurdity. Adding to the maturing landscape of American atheism, this collection of... More > short prose, pokes at Jesus, Christianity, indoctrination, the bible, pornography and the delightful transition to non-believing. Brief enough to be read during a Sunday service, this publication was fashioned for the newbie atheist who is equipped to laugh at his or her own religious past.< Less
GEARED UP: WRITING STEAMPUNK By Beth Daniels
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GEARED UP WRITING STEAMPUNK is a totally rewritten guide to, well, writing Steampunk Fiction. As the 2nd edition, there are elements that remain, some that have been dropped, and new things... More > added. For instance, this time round the research sections on wardrobes, slang, theatres, and weapons has vanished because in the original book this all focused on the Victorians -- the British. Also dropped was the list of authors names, mostly because keeping it up to date in the book was impossible, so it moved to a website. The markets remained and gained a few additions. Other additions are sections specifically on Weird West, the Gilded Age (urban American East), the Belle Epoch (European), Parallel Worlds and Alternative Universes, Time Travel, plus writing the Steampunk romance, mystery, dystopian tale, comedy and adventure story. As well as cover the American West for Weird West, trips to the Canadian West, Australia, New Zealand, and Tasmania are also taken. So get Geared Up for writing Steampunk!< Less
So...You Want to Write A Book? By Christian Warren Freed
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Writing a book can be the hardest task an aspiring author will undertake, or it can be the fullest, most rewarding experience. The choice is yours. From creating worlds to building a strong set of... More > characters, so much goes into the writing of a good fiction book that the author becomes inundated with details. The wall builds up until finishing a work of quality fiction seems impossible. Take heart! You are not alone. With So…You Want to Write a Book?, award winning and bestselling military fantasy author Christian Warren Freed takes future authors on the wild ride of experiences that have landed him success. He details his failures, mixing comedy with despair and hope, and the growing list of his successes for the reader. There is no worse feeling that that of being alone on a long journey. New and future authors stand to learn much from So…You Want to Write a Book?< Less
Smooth - a new play by Phil Setren By Phil Setren
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SMOOTH A new play by Phil Setren In an elegant bar, she walked in. She looked great. And I was moved to write her a poem that didn't rhyme. And we danced through love letters that defined... More > relationships from the 1990's to forever. With all our face-spaces and tweets, it is easy to see how advances in technology have affected the way we communicate and connect with each other. SMOOTH traces a love affair that spans multiple modes of communication - from love letters through to e-mails and palm-tech phones of the imagined future. But how does the transformative nature of communication affect the language of love? Does technology make us colder and more distant, or does 'I love you' mean the same thing in any font? (2M, 1W). A tender new award-winning comedy about the power of the written romantic word by London New Play Festival, Artistic Director, Phil Setren.< Less
Ordinary Dreams By Marcus Markou
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Deepening recession, uninspiring job, antisocial neighbours and rubbish on the streets. When Miles' wife Penny gives birth, he hopes his life will fall into place. Instead he dreams of running the... More > country and changing the world - in stark contrast to his best friend Dan, who seeks solace in carefree girlfriend Layla and her alternative therapies. This dark comedy follows four thirty-somethings in their search for happiness. Ordinary Dreams or: How to Survive a Meltdown with Flair, premiered at the Trafalgar Studios, London, in May 2009.< Less
Ordinary Dreams By Marcus Markou
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Deepening recession, uninspiring job, antisocial neighbours and rubbish on the streets. When Miles' wife Penny gives birth, he hopes his life will fall into place. Instead he dreams of running the... More > country and changing the world - in stark contrast to his best friend Dan, who seeks solace in carefree girlfriend Layla and her alternative therapies. This dark comedy follows four thirty-somethings in their search for happiness. Ordinary Dreams or: How to Survive a Meltdown with Flair, premiered at the Trafalgar Studios, London, in May 2009.< Less

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