Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Congratulations to Mary Main, who will appear in Anthology #1 with Tiana Joins the Circus. Prominent elements include the power of imagination!

Also, congratulations to Sarah V. Richard, whose play Curly Shares in Tradition has been accepted for Anthology #2. This is our second Christmas play, so Aspiring Contributors might begin casting about for ideas of other holidays... Halloween, Thanksgiving, April Fool's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Valentine's Day, and the Fourth of July are all obvious ones that haven't been tapped yet.

Best of luck!

Friday, October 9, 2009

Cover Illustrator

There are so many talented artists with so many different styles, finding our cover illustrator was a very daunting project, and lots of fun.

I'm very excited about the illustrator we have lined up. If everything goes well, I should have more information to share in the future. But I'm pretty confident our cover will be all that and a bag of chips. :o)

So if you don't want to write a puppet play because you love the idea of entertaining little kids in libraries across the country, do it because your cover will be the coolest cover on your block, and you want to make everyone in your writing group jealous. :o)

Have a good Columbus Day weekend!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Congratulations to Rachel Greene, whose play, Goodnight, Howie, has been accepted for Anthology #1. One of the key themes is bedtime stories.

Best of luck to everyone!