Showing posts from March, 2017

Attending the Storm (working title)

by Marilyn Anne Campbell Stageplay: Theatre for Young Audiences, 10 minute play, 1M/1W It's 1850 in Mimico, Upper Canada. Eleven-year old Janice needs to memorize a play for school, but her father doesn't agree with her choice of literature. Janice's only other option is to write a poem herself, which seems like an impossible idea until help comes from the skies. A Play in a Day Attending the Storm  was written for the 2017 "A Day, A Play" writing game hosted annually by Write Local Play Global to mark the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People (March 20th). Participants received instructions and elements that had to be included in the morning and had 24 hours to submit what was meant to be a 500 word play. Mine ran a little long (but since there are no winners in this game, they accepted it anyway). The Pigeons of Mimico The theme for 2017 was "Where do I come from?" which I decided to use as a prompt to set my play close t

"Model Citizen" on Wattpad

  It's been a long time since I've used my Wattpad account , but I recently rediscovered this social site dedicated to the sharing of original writing. It felt sort of strange to just be skulking around reading though, so I uploaded my odd little short story  Model Citizen  to the site. Model Citizen  was published in the first issue of the YA speculative fiction lit mag Inaccurate Realities back in 2013, but if you missed out on reading it then you can now check it out in its entirety online: Read Model Citizen on Wattpad Of course most of what's posted to Wattpad are unpublished works-in-progress, as the site has a heavy emphasis on getting feedback and developing as a writer. I have been thinking about uploading one of my Nanowrimo novels that's just sitting around collecting digital dust, but I'd definitely want to spend a little longer re-familiarizing myself with the site before I decide whether or not to do that. Are you on Wattpad? What sort of wo