The Babe, the Bard & the Baron: A tale of the Wilde Wild West

The Babe, the Bard & the Baron: A tale of the Wilde Wild West

by David W. Christner

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781516854059
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/20/2015
Pages: 154
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

David W. Christner was born in Sweetwater, TN and raised in rural Oklahoma. He attended high school in Mountain View, a small farming community situated between the Washita River and the Wichita Mountains in the southwestern part of the state. As a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Navy, Christner served three years at sea fighting the Vietnam War and two years ashore in Norfolk, VA. After completing his graduate education at OU, Christner settled in southern Rhode Island and for twenty years worked as a technical writer, editor and multimedia training developer for a variety of defense contractors and hi-tech multinational corporations during the day and wrote plays and novels at night. His stage plays The Wall, Bui-Doi: The Dust of Life, The Walk, Red Hot Mamas, The Babe, The Bard and the Baron, The Bitch of Baily's Beach, Ezra and Evil, What About Mimi?, and This Blood's For You have been finalists or winners in national/international playwriting competitions. Speculations on the cosmos, sex, war, religion, injustice, environmental exploitation, aging, women's issues, the homeless, the colonial slave trade and capital punishment have formed the thematic content of the plays and novels he has written so far. His plays have been produced in the U.S. Australia, Japan, Belgium, India and Canada. "Red Hot Mamas" was recently translated into Russian and Italian for pending productions in Tula, Russia and Rovereto, Italy. Christner is theater critic for the Newport Mercury in Newport, RI. The Babe, the Bard and the Baron is a former winner of Playwrights' Circle International Play-writing Festival.

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