Bara Swain

Judgement Day, #18, 2000

P.O.U.G.H.K.E.E.P.S.I.E., #18, 2000
Malignancy, #19, 2000
Anyway, #19, 2000
Safety Pin, #20, 2000
An Open Letter
to John Heminges and William Condell
, #21, 2001
The Collection, #22, 2001
Driving Lessons, #22, 2001
Eula, #23, 2001
Phenomenon, #24, 2001
Holy Shit, #25, 2002
Number Two, #26, 2002
Hail To The Queen, #27, 2002
Old Lydia Walcott Of Salem
In The County Of Essex
, #28, 2002
Anywhere, My Darling, #29, 2003
One Sure Thing, #30, 2003
Neil Feldman (1945-1993), #31, 2003
Shirley Mae Of Newtonville, #34, 2004
Summer of 1962, #38, 2005
Office Theft, #58, 2010
Iambic Pentameter, #86, 2017
Bara Swain’s plays have been performed in over 100 venues in 19 states.  Play publishers include Smith & Kraus, Art Age Press, Applause Books, Original Works, Meriwether, and JAC Publications.  Critical Care, produced on stage and in film, is reprinted in the new college textbook, Serious Daring: Creative Writing in Four Genres (Oxford U. Press) and serves as a key reading for the craft of playwriting.  Honors include Heideman Award Finalist and City Theatre’s National Award Finalist for Short Playwriting.  Her screenplays have premiered in Florida and Ireland.  Bara’s prose is anthologized in Long Shot Magazine, Love Is Ageless: Stories about Alzheimer’s Disease, and Survivor Stories, as well as Lodestar Quarterly, Stickman Review, Tattoo Highway, Moxie, Pulse, and riverbabble.  She is the Dorsal Editor at Doorknobs & Body Paint.
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