Because words are
My short story The Applicant first
appeared in On The Threshold: Writing Toward The
Year 2000, Beach Holme Press, Vancouver, 1999. You
can even read a review,
courtesy of the Edmonton Journal.
This is a novel in progress.
Sample an excerpt,
if you are so inclined.
- Army of Lovers, my spoof
on feminism, was first performed at Threshold Theater’s
Direct From Kingston Festival in February 1994 where
it sold out three of five performances. It was also
produced in Toronto at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre,
Tallulah’s Cabaret in September 1996. Anne Hardcastle
directed both productions.
- Bantering the Unanswerable was
originally performed at a conference in Kingston, Ontario
in 1991. It went on to earn the best box office at
the Kingston Fringe Festival in October of the same
year. Sara Diederichs directed both runs. Bantering then
went to the big city (Toronto) in October 1992 for
Nightwood Theatre’s Eighth Annual Groundswell
Festival where Lynda Hill directed.
For more information about the plays,
please contact me: .
J. Timothy Hunt - www.jtimothyhunt.com
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