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Remember a few days ago when Karen Jeynes announced on this here place that not only was she going to finish her play, she was also going to gather a group of actors and record a podcast? Did you believe she would really do it? ... Well, SHE DID!!! Here it is: the very first Naplwrimo play in podcast form... Take a listen and be nice... it's a first draft and it was all done on the fly in 30 days!!! Go Karen... you are inspiring!!
- .:.NAPLWRIMO 2008 WINNERS.:.
CONGRATULATIONS !!! ...
- James Comtois
- Pat Crochet
- Stephanie Geter Young
- Shelley Hobbs
- Karen Jeynes
- Dean Lundquist
- Sam Wallin
- Toni Wilson
NAPLWRIMO 2009 IS OFFICIALLY OVER!
Winners are uploading their plays as I write and losers are swallowing their pride and rejoicing being free from the burden of getting to 75 pages.
Regardless of where you ended, thank yourself for participating and appreciate your efforts. We all know that like life, Naplwrimo isn't about the destination...
I'll be back in the next few days with some advice about what to do next. Meanwhile, feel free to use the forums, go to sleep or download your winning badge.
Thank you for playing and making Naplwrimo 2009 another memorable one. You are an amazing community of people and though I could not participate this year, I sure enjoyed watching and running the show.
If you get a chance, be sure to thank Toni and Elizabeth who did an amazing job running the forums, the twitter account and rallying playwrights for rhino bursts. Also thank you to our official bloggers for making this place that much more fun.
You are all amazing and I am so grateful for your participation, your donations and everything else you do to help out so we can keep playing and writing year after year. ..
Happy end of Naplwrimo!!!
Naplwrimo runs on love, sweat and your generous help.
Thank you to our donors!
Machelle Allman, Holly Arsenault, Will Bond, Karen Chandler, Michael Lee, Leslie Liautaud, Jeff Mackey, Maggie McAleese, Marian McNamee, Marla Porter, and all our anonymous donors.