|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|A Man For a Knight - Tipsy Woman||Kirby Fields||
A bougie, single, and desperate woman relies on her past lives to talk a man into going home with her at the end of a long night.
|CLASS WAR - Snow Covered Mountains and Blue Bird Skies - Bill||Fonde Taylor||
Bill, a middle-aged working man dreams of the most beautiful place in the world.
|CLASS WAR One-Act Play||Fonde Taylor||
A blue-collar man and blue-blood lady go to war until a mysterious stranger intervenes.
|Cold Foam - Sarah||Christian St. Croix||
Sarah loves sweetened cold foam on her coffee, voted for Hillary Clinton and just called the police on a Black man at Starbucks.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Dead - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker Slade describes to her AA group the various creative ways her compatriot hellraisers have kicked the bucket.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Play Your Guts Out - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker from the 70’s; alive, sober and cynical as hell tells AA newbies her story.
|FAKE - Youth and Beauty - Margaret||Carmen Peláez||
Paintings teach Margaret that none of us are immune to the whims of fate.
|KOLYA - ARTFORUM - Bella||Fonde Taylor||
Gallerist Bella attempts to flatter her most promising artist Kolya in the hopes he will finish a past-due commission.
|KOLYA One-Act Play||Fonde Taylor||
Kolya has only 48 hours to complete a $30,000 commission, and the phone is ringing off the hook.
|Let Me Be Extreme||Elizabeth Gordon||
A riff on why we should be "extreme"—not in hate but in powerful, courageous, beautiful love.
|REV - Aston||Rachel Bykowski||
Aston tries to convince Lucky not to give up on her dreams.
|RUM AND COKE - What Makes Beautiful? - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
What makes beautiful, beautiful?
|Vermont Farmer - Fred's Neighbor||Dominica Plummer||
A neighbor remembers his/her friendship with Fred and the beauty (and hardships) of farming the land in Vermont.