Got my book in the mail today

photo 2OK, not entirely my book.  I’m sharing it with Mark Twain!  Yes, you read that right; I am in a book with the man who said, “I do not want to belong to any club that would have someone like me as a member”!  I don’t care what Sam says (I can call him Sam, you can’t) I’m in.

Sam and I wrote monologues that appear in Audition Monologues for Young Women #2 and, while looking for mine, I found a few other gigantic names in literature and theatre.

People like new friend and colleague Lisa Soland, Eve Ensler who’s name is synonymous with ‘monologue,’ Moises Kaufman, Paula Vogel, Christopher Durang, Sarah Ruhl and about ninety other worthy writers.  So be the first to write a review on the Barnes and Noble site: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/audition-monologues-for-young-women-2-gerald-lee-ratliff/1116460801?ean=9781566081931

photo 1Feeling pretty accomplished here at the end of 2013.  Thanks to editor Gerald Lee Ratliff for choosing my monologue, my friend Miriam, who never did perform the thing, and to all the people who will read and perform my words.

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About KevinSix

Kevin Six is an actor, director and playwright from San Diego, CA. Kevin was the 2009-11 Playwright in Residence at Swedenborg Hall and his play Love, Unrequited, in Three Galleries was the 2008 winner of The Scripteasers’ Script Tease of Short Plays. His play The Cake Women was published in 2008 in Smith and Kraus’ The Best 10-Minute Plays of 2007. Kevin’s play, Love Negotiated was a finalist in the 2006 Diverse Voices Playwriting Contest sponsored by the Hinton Battle Theatre Laboratory and was produced to critical success in 2008; it is available via Next Stage Press . As a director and an actor, he has appeared at Compass, Intrepid Shakespeare, the Old Globe, Fritz, the Marquis, Swedenborg Hall and San Diego Junior theatres as well as on several industrial and commercial film projects.
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