Wednesday, November 15, 2017

David-Matthew Barnes: Weekly Update

Update for the week of November 8 - November 15, 2017


SALE PRICES ON BOOKS

Publisher Bold Strokes Books are offering awesome sale prices on ten of David-Matthew's novels (including titles written under Dylan Madrid). Each are available in paperback or eBook. They also make great gifts!



'TAGGED' WINS AUSTRALIAN SCREENWRITING AWARD

Wonderful news from Sydney, Australia. David-Matthew's screenplay 'Tagged' received the award for Best Screenplay Short there last night. at the Changing Face International Film Festival. This is the first screenwriting award from the land Down Under for David-Matthew.




'AMBROSIA' NAMED OFFICIAL SELECTION

The 2017 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival have named the script for the pilot episode of Ambrosia (adapted from David-Matthew's novel) an official selection. 



'THE SNACK QUEENS' ARE COMING TO COLORADO

David-Matthew's new comedic short play 'The Snack Queens' will be presented at Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood, Colorado by One Night Stand Theater on December 9th  (one show only). Tickets are $10. 'The Snack Queens' tells the story of a group of rival soccer moms who take their sideline snacks way too seriously.


'ARE YOU ALL RIGHT IN THERE?' IN TEXAS

Students in the Junior Theatre Magnet class at Richardson High School in Richardson, Texas performed a student-directed production of  David-Matthew's one-act play Are You All Right in There? on November 2nd. Read about the production here.



READ 'SIGNS' IN CURRENT ISSUE OF 'VAGABOND CITY'

David-Matthew's poem Signs is featured in the current issue of the literary journal Vagabond City. The poem will also be featured in David-Matthew's forthcoming poetry collection LOVE + DETOURS, out in 2018.



PRODUCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GUAM

Two of David-Matthew's one-act plays, Hour Glass and Threnody, will be performed at the University of Guam, opening on November 16th. Read about the student-directed production here.

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