About

G. M. Lupo is an author, playwright, and photographer from Atlanta, GA. His play, Another Mother, has been selected as the winner of The Essential Theatre Festival’s 2017 Play Writing award and will receive a full production August, 2017. He is the author of two collections of essays, Killing Babies, and The Cheese Toast Project, and a collection of short stories, Freedom and Consequence. Under the banner of his production company, Raised by Wolves Productions, he wrote, produced, and directed Round & Round, a one-act play, for Fringe Festival Atlanta, June, 2015. His scripted work has been performed at SketchworksOnStage Atlanta, and Out of Box Theatre. He is a member of Working Title Playwrights in Atlanta. A full list of his published work can be found at Lupo Digital Services. His personal website is lupo.com and he’s on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter as gmatt63.

Visit the Essential Theatre page for Another Mother to learn more and purchase individual and group tickets and festival passes. 

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  1. Dear Mr. Lupo

    In your research on names carved into Stone Mountain, have you come across George Washington Lee? He was from “Gibraltar” (later renamed Stone Mountain) and his father Drewry was the first postmaster. George would later be the controversial Confederate Provost Marshal of Atlanta. I have written quite a bit on him. Any help is appreciated.

    • I haven’t run across him. Mainly I take pictures of any carvings I can find then try to look them up at Ancestry and other online sources. Some are easier to find than others. There’s a carving with a cluster of names carved around 1879 about halfway to the top, which I haven’t been able to match with anyone. However, I’ll keep an eye out for the name. Thanks!

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