Monday, March 1, 2010

We do more than just write!

Our members are keeping busy with more than just writing!  Here are some of the events we are involved with in April.  

April 13, 7:30 p.m. at GLBT Center on W. 13th St, New York
This program will feature four plays with a gay slant from the new anthology SHORT PLAY TO LONG  REMEMBER, compiled and edited by Francine L. Trevens, from TnT Classic Books. The plays to be performed script in hand by pro actors are:

  • BAR NONE by Perry Brass

  • QUINTESSENTIAL IMAGE by Jane Chambers 
              (represented by Francine L. Trevens) 
  • ONE GREAT BIG LIGHT by David Johnston

Admission, which includes refreshments, is $10 per person.  Copies of the book will be available for purchase.

April 30, at 6 PM at the Dramatist Guild, 1501 Broadway, New York
Francine L. Trevens will present NOSTALGIA NIGHT - staged scenes about the early 20th century.  It will include scenes from several of her plays, one of Sidney Morris', one of Bill Poleri's and one of Victor Gluck's, all from the new anthology, SHORT PLAYS TO LONG REMEMBER being released end of March by TnT Classic Books.  Attendance is free.

Francine L. Trevens has been chosen as a judge for submissions for the BAIPA BOOK AWARDS. BAIPA is the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association. 

The Manly Art of Seduction
April 29, 7:30 to 10 p.m., at the LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street, in Manhattan

The Manly Art of Seduction Workshop is based on The Manly Art of Seduction by Perry Brass, led by Perry Brass and Jerry Kajpust, M.A., a workshop leader with years of experience in the field of human communications and development. The Manly Art of Seduction Workshop starts with a simple premise: you can connect with the deeper, inner you, and use that connection to meet other men, without fear or rejection, with the power to unlock your sense of valor, worth, and confidence. You’ll learn how to communicate in an authentic way that opens up doors to other men and solve conflicts that destroy many relationships before they get to happen. And you’ll meet other men who want to do the same thing.
Cost: $15 in advance, sign up at $20 at the door. For more information: or Books will be available at the seminar for a special rate of $10.00 to attendees.

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