Texts were not sacred when M’liss ran the Drama Club. She would invent and alter characters, add new speeches, swap genders—all to favor the makeup of her cast. Lesson: When the tools don’t suit the task, adjust the task.
Freelance writer and critic-at-large for Popdose and Kirkus Reviews. Three-time JEOPARDY! champion. Work recently featured in KYSO Flash and Penny. Currently seeking representation for my novel The Honeythief. Lives and works in western New York with family, cat, and a neurotic dog.