Join us for our new show at it's new time! On Saturday, March 17th we will be featuring two phenominal authors: K. D. Richardson and Bryna Kranzler.
K.D. Richardson is an accomplished author with five books under his belt, and he also writes a sports column for the Venice Cornerstone newspaper in Ohio. He has written five screenplays and is currently busy with two more. His advice to aspiring writers is: "If you must write, write!"
Bryna Kranzler majored in Program in the Arts: Writing at Barnard College. Her focus was on playwriting, and a short play she wrote during that time won the school’s Helen Prince Memorial Prize for Dramatic Composition . Her first full-length play, “Do Hermaphrodites Reproduce Only in the Spring?” was a finalist in the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Competition, and was scheduled for production twice: the first time, the theater owner died, and the season was shut down; the second time, the director committed suicide. For the benefit of the arts community, I thought it best to get out of playwriting.
When she was finally able to return her focus to writing, She found that her interests had shifted to fiction, and more recently to narrative, or ‘creative,’ non-fiction, as in The Accidental Anarchist. She has also written two novels, newspaper articles, numerous personal essays, and a poem that she has been working on for about ten years.