Author Archives: Dennis
This really tickled me. It’s from The Beaver County Times.
This evening, Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh hosted the first staged reading of my new play DORIS TATE. The event was open to the public and there was an audience discussion afterwards. So grateful to the drama department at RMU … Continue reading
I just got the inaugural issue of Hourglass Literary Magazine in the mail. My poem MY GAY JESUS appears on page 307.
I wrote the preface to my first play, Doris Tate. I’m very excited for the workshop next month at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. A Note From the Playwright: August 9, 2019 will be the fiftieth anniversary of the Manson … Continue reading
We have all heard the story of the Manson murders on August 9 and 10, 1969. Actress Sharon Tate was one of seven victims. For years, I researched the case and thought someone should tell the story of Sharon’s mother, … Continue reading
My 3 short stories CORNSTALKS, THE VEST, and THE SISSY TEST have been licensed to Great Jones Street and I got paid! They’ll appear in the publication soon. Plus, I got a bonus tee shirt. Woo hoo!
This was a great week. Two of my short stories, both about gay bars, were published one right after the other. The first is called “The Vest” and appears in The Rain, Party, and Disaster Society. The second one is … Continue reading
I did over one hundred performances of Peter Pan. The play is a recipe for backstage drama. Queen Mob’s Teahouse published another installment of “30 Years a Dresser”. Peter PLAN
Just confirmed another FLIT event at Auntie’s Books in Spokane, WA. I’ll be there mashing up new poems and reading from the book. I’ve never been to Spokane and I’m very excited. Reading from FLIT
I have done many of Shakespeare’s plays. The most unusual was a production of Love’s Labour’s Lost that was set in 1960’s Kennedy era. Another essay in “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. Love’s Labour’s Stain