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Getting Plays Published
Episode 520th July 2021 • Theatrically Speaking: a playwriting podcast • Actual Story Podcasting
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Getting a play published is a different process from fiction. But, how important is publication to a playwright? Where should it be on your to-do list? And how do you go about it?

Special guests:

Daniel Guyton is an award-winning screenwriter and playwright from Atlanta, GA. His stage plays have been produced nearly 600 times around the world, and he has been published in nearly 50 anthologies and solo publications. His screenplays have won first place in the Vegas Movie Awards, Los Angeles Film and Script Festival, Feel the Reel International Film Festival, Golden Sparrow International Film Festival and more. He is a theatre professor at Georgia Military College and is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writers Guild of America East. For more information, please visit:


Aaron Leventman attended Columbia University’s Graduate School for film then was a writer/director/actor at the Provincetown Theatre Company.  Since living in Santa Fe, he performed with most of the local theatre companies and acted in industrials, commercials, short films, and features.  Many of Aaron’s plays have been published and performed all over the country. He is also an instructor, writing coach and film festival curator and creator of the virtual LGBTQ+-themed theatre company Almost Adults Productions.