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DC-based Texan writer/actor Elizabeth Bruce’s debut novel, And Silent Left the Place, won Washington Writers’ Publishing House Prize, with distinctions from Texas Institute of Letters, ForeWord Magazine, SPD. Publications: Gargoyle-64, Firewords Quarterly, ‘Merica Magazine, Lines & Stars, Inklette, Olive Press, Pure Slush, Gravity Dancers, Long Short Story, Degenerate Literature, Washington Post; grants from DCCAH, Poets & Writers, McCarthey Dressman Educational Foundation. She co-founded Sanctuary Theatre with Michael Oliver & Jill Navarre; won Carpetbag Theatre’s Lucas Award; produced at Capital Fringe, Adventure & Sanctuary Theatres, Playwrights Forum. At CentroNía she leads a STEM Theatrical Journey Project for Young Children. https://andilit.com/2016/06/25/writing-on-the-fringes-an-interview-with-elizabeth-bruce/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68tD0kge9zA http://dctheatrescene.com/2016/07/14/elizabeth-bruces-theatrical-journey-arts-community/ http://art202.com/2016/03/25/featured-blog-the-theatrical-journey-project-centronia/
Spoken Word Artist
My thoughts bloom poetically everywhere about everyone and everything. Poems of Love and Violence In Between Life and Death 2nd Edition may be found on Amazon.com. This is Brenda's first book of poems the second edition in color of poems written over a period of thirty years. She is a Life Member of the Kentucky State Poetry Society. She conducts poetry workshops throughout the Maryland, Washington DC area and performs public and private readings.