Slim Volume

by Glenn Hopkins


Formats

Softcover
£16.95
Hardcover
£24.95
Softcover
£16.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/28/2009

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781436348706
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781436348713

About the Book

“Glenn Hopkins is an American Original. Names like Johnny Appleseed, Woody Guthrie, Will Geer, and Walt Whitman come to mind.” ---Backstage West “A familiar figure on the Los Angeles theatre scene, Glenn Hopkins has written over twenty plays... melodramatic and hilarious, brash and sensitive, frustrating yet ultimately rewarding....Hopkins writes from the heart, exploring human verities as well as human foibles. His integrity and purpose shine through...” ---Drama-Logue For the first time Playwright, Green Party activist, muck-raker, educator, Methodist and “Radical Faerie” Glenn Hopkins reveals the complexities of one who both needs much from, and offers much to society. Poems, research, articles, almost-poems, dreams, MRS. ROOSEVELT (a one-woman play), songs,, stories, politics, fervent prayer all come at the reader within the framework of a journal kept from Labor Day, 2004 to Easter Sunday, 2005. Hopkins’ writing for the stage has been: “outrageous...refreshing...intriguing...important...worthwhile.” ---The Daily Bruin “infused with lyric imagery...billowing...lovely...fun...” ---The Hollywood Reporter “gorged with ideas...admittedly wild...a literary volcano” ---Cleve Herman, KFWB


About the Author

“Glenn Hopkins is an American Original. Names like Johnny Appleseed, Woody Guthrie, Will Geer, and Walt Whitman come to mind.” ---Backstage West “A familiar figure on the Los Angeles theatre scene, Glenn Hopkins has written over twenty plays... melodramatic and hilarious, brash and sensitive, frustrating yet ultimately rewarding....Hopkins writes from the heart, exploring human verities as well as human foibles. His integrity and purpose shine through...” ---Drama-Logue For the first time Playwright, Green Party activist, muck-raker, educator, Methodist and “Radical Faerie” Glenn Hopkins reveals the complexities of one who both needs much from, and offers much to society. Poems, research, articles, almost-poems, dreams, MRS. ROOSEVELT (a one-woman play), songs,, stories, politics, fervent prayer all come at the reader within the framework of a journal kept from Labor Day, 2004 to Easter Sunday, 2005. Hopkins’ writing for the stage has been: “outrageous...refreshing...intriguing...important...worthwhile.” ---The Daily Bruin “infused with lyric imagery...billowing...lovely...fun...” ---The Hollywood Reporter “gorged with ideas...admittedly wild...a literary volcano” ---Cleve Herman, KFWB