I'm happy to annouce that A Play About Nothing will be produced at two fringe festivals in New England this summer. In addition to PortFringe in June, it will also appear in July at FringePVD in Providence, Rhode Island.
For PortFringe the two dates are: June 20th at 6:30pm (for the normals) and June 23rd at 10:30pm (for the freaks). More details about PortFringe can be found here and here, and tickets - for those who are inclined to be in Portland in June (you should; Maine in the summer is lovely) - may be purchased here for $10 per show. The tickets are not for specific performances and may be used to enter any show, so do buy one if you want to see my show once or two if you want to go to both performances or buy more if you're curious about the festival's other plays.
I know slightly less about FringePVD in Providence, Rhode Island, though I know the play will be performed in the evening on the 21st and 25th of July. Check their website for more details if you are considering attending.
Also, I have a new story at White Whale Review called "Minimus." I would tell you what it's about, but it's a very short story, and you can read it yourself here. Many thanks to WWR's editor Randi Shapiro who has featured several other of my stories there in the past. It's good to be back.
At this point, I feel inclined to detail my goings-on in London and what it is like to live in this city and how wonderful it is, but that would require many lengthy paragraphs, so I'll summarize by saying that I'm happily writing regularly, exploring the city, visiting museums, spending time with good friends both new and old, and seeing some really fantastic theatre. Life is suddenly richer and bigger, and writing in tandem with adjusting to a new culture has been exciting. I'm eager to send out into the world the new projects I've begun since Denise and I moved here in February.