Planning Writing Events or I’ll get to the mystery part
I’m reblogging my own article on Austin Mystery Writers to Crime Ladies
By Gale Albright
It puts you right to sleep, doesn’t it?
Not necessarily. I’m one of those strange people who likes to plan and organize events, mostly involving writers and writing.
As a child I showed signs of being a producer-director. Move over, Orson Welles and David O. Selznick. I’d create my own radio plays, improvise the script, sound effects (old-fashioned wooden couch arms were good for making horse galloping noises), all the acting parts (animal and human), and commercial breaks.
My Uncle Ras brought me a lovely little theater set, complete with cardboard characters, all cunningly controlled with magnets manipulated underneath the stage. I spent many happy, drama-drenched hours producing shows. One of my best toys ever.
Many years ago, when people asked what I would do if money was no object, I said I wanted to own a regional community theater and be producer-director-actor-playwright-ticket seller-publicity person. Usher…
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