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3 a.m.: a collection of short stories

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Ventura, CA 93003

“The writing is so wonderful you’ll want to stay up reading until 3 a.m.!” — Julia McGuire, The Hudson Valley Literary Magazine

“Woodburn is a very gifted writer whose work celebrates the beauty and humor of everyday life. She is able to merge different cultures and generations in a thought-provoking and lovely way.” — Laurie Stolarz, award-winning author of the Blue is for Nightmares series

“An emotionally resonant collection, dealing with the universal themes of identity, grief and love—with a little bit of humor thrown in as well. Dallas helps you recognize and appreciate the finer things in life.” — Catherine Clark, best-selling author of Truth or Dairy

There’s a Huge Pimple on My Nose: a collection of short stories and poems

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Send a check for $8.00 ($5.00 + $3.00 shipping & handling per book) to:
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Ventura, CA  93003

“If you’re simply looking for some remarkable writing, it would be hard to find a book more satisfying than Dallas Woodburn’s.” –The Los Angeles Times Book Review

Dancing With The Pen: a collection of today’s best youth writing

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Direct from Write On! Books

Dancing With The Pen debuted as an Amazon best-seller, reaching a #2 ranking in the “literature anthologies” category in its first week of release!

“There’s just something so honest and pure about stories and poems from a child or teen’s point of view. But don’t be mistaken, these are not amateurish writings; rather they are high quality written pieces from some very talented young writers. While reading the book, you’ll experience a gamut of emotions from laughter to tears and from surprise to awe. Some of the stories and poems are so wisely penned, I had to double check the ages of the writers in their short bios.” — Debbie Glade, LA Parent Magazine

Short stories

Archived at http://www.fictionaut.com/users/dallas-woodburn

  • “Woman, Running Late, in a Dress” in Arcadia Journal
  • “Numb” in Monkeybicycle
  • “How My Parents Fell in Love” in The Newport Review
  • “Jared Sampson’s Mom” in Valparaiso Fiction Quarterly
  • “The Man Who Lives in My Shower” in Zahir: A Journal of Speculative Fiction
  • “Ten Reasons” in Women in REDzine
  • “Six Months” in The Ramshackle Review
  • “Guitar Lessons” in Blue Moon Literary & Art Review
  • “Red” in Diverse Voices Quarterly
  • “Boysenberry Jam” in Eclectic Flash
  • “DING!” in Bartleby-Snopes
  • “A Litany of Bruises” in Oil & Water… and other things that don’t mix. (LL Publications)
  • “Is This Something?” in Lady Jane’s Miscellany
  • “Click, Then Silence” in The Greensilk Journal
  • “Wednesday Afternoon” in Concisely: A Journal of Flash Fiction
  • “Gifts” in All Things Girl
  • “Wedding Day” in Dr. Hurley’s Snake-Oil Cure
  • “Icicles in California” in Fiction 365
  • “Sustenance” in The Mom Egg
  • “The Stars in Illinois” in The Nashville Review
  • “2:12 a.m.” in The Citron Review

Plays Produced

  • “A Frog in Boiling Water.” Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival. New York City, October 2012.
  • “A Frog in Boiling Water.” Hurricane Season One-Act Play Festival, Eclectic Company Theatre. Los Angeles, July 2012.
  • “The Stars in Illinois.” Full-Frontal Humanity One-Act Play Festival, The Santa Paula Theatre Company. Santa Paula, California, June 2012.
  • “A Frog in Boiling Water.” Staged Reading. Worst Possible Scenario Playwriting Competition, Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana, April 2012.
  • “love (lower case).” Quills & Keys One-Act Play Festival, The Santa Paula Theatre Company. Santa Paula, California, July 2011.
  • “The Stars in Illinois.” Spring One-Act Play Festival, Brand New Theater. Los Angeles, March 2010.
  • “The 74-Year-Old Rookie.” Ventura High School Theater, Spring Production. Ventura, California, May 2004.
 

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