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the cover for our new children’s book
the cover for our new children’s book

Baltimore, MD — March 26, 2021

Dear Readers,

Our publishing house would like to welcome a new addition to our catalogue. Cheers to Griffin’s First Day of School by Jason Ruby, with illustrations by Tony Lopez.

This 48-page paperback is the first book in our new imprint, Future Publishing House Kid Lit.

Griffin’s First Day of School has a release date of May 15, 2021.

Preorders for this title are being accepted at the time of this writing. Click to order Griffin’s First Day of School.

Writing a children’s book is one of the most difficult journeys that I have…

Chicago, IL — November 27, 2020 — This December marks a celebration for our company, for we’re releasing the first of a series of curated literary collections. American Theatre in the Twenty-First Century: Absurd, Symbolic & Poetic Short Plays is much more than a collection of scripts, for the playwrights broke the mold of what is expected in short stage plays, and an editor compiled a pleasing format that’s quickly adaptable for the stage beyond the page.

In order to get a closer look at this new series, let’s meet the team behind this collection. Shaun Vain compiled the anthology…

Chicago, IL — October 16, 2020 — Theatre artists and playwrights from across the country joined together to assemble noteworthy, short theatrical pieces for an upcoming anthology of drama. Contributors include Baltimore actor Alexander Scally, Chicago writers Emma Rund and John Joseph Enright, and several other living playwrights. Edited by Shaun Vain, writer, actor, and thespian. Plays for this anthology were carefully selected by a review committee of theatre professionals from around the United States. Contributors plan to conduct interviews, virtual readings, and more.

The following excerpt is from the first play in this anthology, entitled To You & Me…

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