Okay, so I've been telling you for awhile now that I've been heavy breathing over the completion of this play, right?
Yeah, I did. I remember me doing it.
What I may not have mentioned to you is that I entered the first 15 pages of the play in The Writers Digest national play writing competition. (I know I didn't mention to them that I'd only completed 20 pages at the time.)
So ... anyway ... yesterday I received a letter from them, informing me that my play had received an "Honorable Mention."
(Profound relief here. They didn't actually want to read the completed work.)
And, in case I should consider "Honorable Mention" as less that a memorable consolation, the editor of Writers Digest further defined my play as judged to be in the top 100 of the 13,581 plays that had been entered in the competition.
So ... don't get me wrong. I'm honored by their recognition. (I'd rather have won, but I'm still honored.)
And I can't help but wonder if there was any prize given to the poor soul who had to actually read 13,581 plays ...
And how was your day?
On my own, with all of my falls.
3 years ago