Archive for June, 2016
Something short, but very entertaining, to show many fathers really are great guys.
I have published four novels now, most of them historical fiction. So this is something very different for me.
In high school and throughout college, I acted in many school and community theater plays. I also minored in psychology in college. So I decided to combine those two disciplines. SIGI AND CARL explores the questions that plague most of us: Have we done something truly meaningful with our life? Will we leave a legacy? This surrealistic play responds through the life and relationships of Sigmund Freud, with Carl Jung as his major counter-point. Guest figures include Hamlet, Albert Einstein, Anna Freud, and Melanie Klein.
SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS, please note: I am happy to provide text copies at no charge if you would like to read in class or produce any or all of this play. As an educator, I wish to promote knowledge as well as creative thinking.
If you have time, please give this a look.
Annie Whitehead, an award-winning historical fiction writer and a member of the Historical Fiction Society, was kind enough to interview me for her blog.