A scary late night call doesn’t go quite as planned.
6 September 2018, The boardwalk at Mason Mill Park, Atlanta, Georgia. 6 September 2018, The boardwalk at Mason Mill Park, Atlanta, Georgia. 6 September 2018, The boardwalk at Mason Mill Park, Atlanta, Georgia.
30 July 2020, Atlanta, Georgia.
Alyssa Caine is catching up on articles on Facebook when the chat screen pops up. The header says it’s Zelda Burch. Alyssa shakes her head. “Hello, Leah. Or is this your accomplice?” She’s been corresponding with Zelda since her birthday several days earlier. Alyssa was getting ready for a weekend gig as a princess at … Continue reading Worthy: Alyssa & Zelda
Times Square, NYC, sometime around 1989. With the closing of the theaters due to Covid-19, opportunities for playwrights, and, especially, emerging playwrights have become few and far between. There have been many readings and performances staged for Zoom and other conference platforms, but it will most likely be a very long time before performing venues … Continue reading To Script or not to Script
Talmadge Eugene and Emily Mae (Stribling) Lupo, around 1991. Emily Mae Stribling from her trip to Florida in 1952, age 22-23. Talmadge Eugene Lupo, age 28, taken by my mother on their trip to visit his family in 1961. My parents’ wedding 18 August 1961.
Copyright 2011, G. M. Lupo There’s a tradition, particularly in the South, of claiming an ancestor was “full-blooded Cherokee” and for most, it’s just a charming family myth. In Delilah Barber’s case, however, it was true. Her mother’s mother was born into a tribe in North Carolina and came to Georgia with her non-Native-American husband … Continue reading Delilah Barber
Rosalind Duchard sits in the office of her brother-in-law, Marcel. She’s come to solicit a favor from him, but as she outlines it for him, he starts shaking his head. “Rosie, you know I’m not that kind of lawyer. I do real estate. I don’t handle custody cases.” “Don’t worry about it, Marcel. It just … Continue reading Worthy, Rosalind and Marcel