My newest one-act play, Motorcycle Mama, runs this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, August 28, 29, and 30, at the 2nd Story Playhouse in Ilwaco, WA (see link in sidebar). It is my first sojourn into directing, and I’m about as excited as a person can be without actually hyperventilating.

At 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon, with just hours before Opening Curtain, I’ll be speaking on KMUN radio in Astoria, publicizing the plays. I’ve been on live radio before, so no problem with that. The “problem,” if there is one, is that I will have to share the spotlight with several other people from the Peninsula Players who undoubtedly will all want to say something on air. Never at a loss for words, I could probably do a couple hours all by myself, and I hear we’re only getting 20 minutes total.

Nevertheless, it will give me a good opportunity to brush up on being interviewed. I plan to be doing more and more of this kind of thing as my writing career takes off.

At least, that’s the plan.