Feb 8, 2016
03:08 - First play produced: "Dr. Goat: Goat Doctor"
07:11 - Five of John's plays were produced on Dec. 11, 2015!
09:46 - Make Ready
11:25 - John's writing process
14:01 - John recommends checking out NYC Playwrights for submission opportunities: http://nycp.blogspot.com
16:10 - John is not a member of any play writing organization
17:46 - Playwright Binge list serve https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/playwrightbinge/info
21:25 - "In the Shadow of Wrigley Field"
23:48 - "Wishing on Whores"
25:15 - If you're looking for short fiction online: John recommends Shotgun Honey, Plots with Guns, Thug Lit, Thieves' Jargon and Pulp Ink
27:52 - Be Mine - Dandelion Theatre fund-raiser https://www.facebook.com/events/1086593931375036/
John's play, "A Lady Who Collects Spiders Meets A Gentleman Who Collects Snakes," will be performed there.
31:08 - "Dial M for Rat Monkey"
40:17 - John's experience as a baby photographer
42:56 - John was a circus clown for a summer
46:52 - John’s advice for aspiring writers
1) Dandelion's Theatre Make Ready, Tues. Feb. 9th at Galway Arms - John's play, "The QuickSand Paradox," will be read
2) Thurs., Feb. 11th: Dandelion Theatre's fund-raiser https://www.facebook.com/events/1086593931375036/ John's play, "A Lady Who Collects Spiders Meets A Man Who Collects Snakes," will be performed there.
3) "High Country Drama" Podcast by Greg Owens, on Mar. 22nd: "Night of the Toadlickers" and listen to his other plays on the podcast. http://www.highcountrydrama.com
4) John's books available on Amazon: Velvet Whispers in the Crossfire Night
Intro music: "Are You Famous, Yet?” by L. Scruggs. Outro Music: "Everything's Coming Up Roses" Performed By: Klea Blackhurst