Item description for Q's Q: An Arboreal Narrative (Green Integer) by Mac Wellman...
Playwright, poet and novelist Mac Wellman has created, in his newest fiction, a hilarious satire of American theater the climaxes in a performance resulting in the death of the Theater company's chief and in the end of more than one theater career.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.9" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher Green Integer
ISBN 1933382511 ISBN13 9781933382517
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More About Mac Wellman
Mac Wellman's recent work includes The Difficulty of Crossing a Field (with composer David Lang) at Montclair State University in the fall of 2006, and 1965 UU, for performer Paul Lazar, directed by Stephen Mellor at the Chocolate Factory in the fall of 2008. He is also working on two plays for chorus: The Invention of Tragedy (Classic Stage Company) and Nine Days Falling (commissioned by the Stuck Pigs Company of Melbourne, Australia). He has received numerous honors, including both NEA and Guggenheim Fellowships. In 2003 he received his third Obie, for Lifetime Achievement. In 2006 his third novel, Q'S Q, was published by Green Integer, and in 2008, a volume of stories entitled A CHRONICLE OF THE MADNESS OF SMALL WORLDS was published by Trip Street Press, as well as a new collection of plays, The Difficulty of Crossing a Field, by Minnesota Press. His recent books of poetry are MINIATURE (2002), STRANGE ELEGIES (2006) and SPLIT THE STICK: A MINIATURIST-DIVAN (2012), all from Roof Books. His play LEFT GLOVE was published by Solid Objects in 2011. He is the Donald I. Fine Professor of Playwriting at Brooklyn College.