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Carolyn Gage Portland, ME (207) 774-4231 carolyn@carolyngage.com www.carolyngage.

com ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Portland State University, Portland, OR MA, Theatre Arts, Emphasis in Directing ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS 2011 Winner, Maine Literary Award in Drama, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. 2011 Finalist, Heideman Award, National 10-Minute Play Contest, Actors Theatre of Louisville 2011 Landsdowne Visiting Scholar, University of Victoria, BC. 2010 “Most Influential People in Portland” Award, Portland Phoenix, Portland, ME. 2009 “10 Most Intriguing People in Maine,” Portland Monthly, Portland, ME. 2009 Judge, National Lambda Literary Awards, Los Angeles. 2009 Wurlitzer Foundation Residency (Robert Chesley Foundation Grant), Taos, NM. 2009 National Winner, The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays, Lambda Literary Award in Drama, Lambda Literary Foundation. 2008 Nominee, Dublin City Counsel Intercultural Dialogue Award, Ireland. 2008 Nominee, Oscar Wilde Award for Best New Writing, Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival. 2007 Judge, National Lambda Literary Awards, Washington, DC. 2007 Nominee, Michael MacLiammor Award (Best Female Performer), Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival. 2007 Libra Series Residency, Celebration of Writers, University of Maine at Machias. 2007 Maine Literary Award in Drama, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Portland. 2006 “Ugly Ducklings: The Documentary,”(documentary about a play of mine) premiered at Frameline International Film Festival, San Francisco. 2005 Maine Arts Commission Good Idea Grant, Augusta, ME. 2005 Lynda Hart Memorial Grant, Astraea Lesbian Justice Foundation, NYC. 2004 Ugly Ducklings, nominated for American Theatre Critics/Steinberg Award. (Best new play of the year produced outside New York) by American Theatre Critics Association. 2004 Ugly Ducklings, National Lesbian Theatre Award, Curve Magazine, LA. 2004 Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation Grant, Hollywood, CA. 1

2003 Invited to archive personal papers at University of Oregon Special Collections, Eugene. 2003 Maine Women Writers Research Support Grant, Univ. of New England, Westbrook, ME. 2003 Inclusion in Maine Arts Commission MaineArtistsAccess, a juried roster of professionals. 2002 Open Meadows Foundation Grant, NYC. 2002 Invited to perform at the World Summit for Economic Sustainability, Johannesburg. 2002 Named one of “Portland’s Most Influential,” Portland Phoenix, Portland, ME. 2002 Jeanine C. Rae Culture Award, Women in the Arts, National Women’s Music Festival, Muncie, IN. (Former recipients include Audre Lorde, June Jordan, Nikki Giovanni) 2001 Eleanor Haney Fund Grant, Portland, ME. 1998-9 Guest Lecturer at Bates College, Lewiston, ME. 1997 Invited to join the roster of national speakers’ bureau Speak Out! 1997 Amazon All Stars: 13 Lesbian Plays named National Finalist for Lambda Literary Award. 1996 National Winner, Nancy Dean Distinguished Playwriting Award, Sisters on Stage, Lesbian Theatre Conference, NYC. 1996 Named Contributing Editor to On the Issues, New York. 1995 National Winner, Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation Grant, Tucson, AZ. 1995 National Finalist, Lambda Literary Awards. (Drama) for The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Other Plays. 1990 Writers’ Fellowship, Oregon Institute of Literary Arts, Portland, OR. 1990 Individual Artists Fellowship, Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, OR. 1989 Walden Fellowship, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR. 1988 Oregon Playwrights Award, Oregon Institute of Literary Arts, Portland, OR. 1984 Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 1983 American College Theatre Festival, National Finalist (Portland State University production Waltz of the Toreadors), the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC. 1982-1984 Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Portland State University, OR. PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS 2012 Starting from Zero: One-Act Plays about Lesbians in Love, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2011 Hotter Than Hell: The 2011 Lesbian Tent Revival, Gage Press. 2011 The Triple Goddess, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2010 Three Comedies, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2009 Black Eye and Other Short Plays, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2

2009 Like There’s No Tomorrow: Meditations for Women Leaving Patriarchy, (new edition),Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2009 The Spindle and Other Lesbian Fairy Tales, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2009 Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors: Revised and Expanded, Outskirts Press, Parkman, CO. 2008 Sermons for a Lesbian Tent Revival, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2008 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays, Outskirts Press, Parkman, CO. 2008 Nine Short Plays, Outskirts Press, Parkman, CO. 1999 Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors, Odd Girls Press, Anaheim, CA. 1997 Like There’s No Tomorrow: Meditations for Women Leaving Patriarchy, Common Courage Press, Monroe, ME. 1997 Take Stage! How To Direct and Produce A Lesbian Play, Scarecrow Press, Lantham, MD. 1994 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Other Plays, Herbooks, Santa Cruz, CA. PUBLICATIONS: NOVELLAS & BOOKLETS 2010 Birth of a Lesbian: A Science Fiction Autobiography, Gage Press, Portland, ME. (taken out-of-print by author). 2010 13 Propositions for Rewiring the Lesbian Brain, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2010 The Gaia Papers: In Search of a Science of Gaia, Gage Press, Portland, ME. 2007 The Princess of Pain, with illustrations by Sudie Rakusin, Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly, Binghamton, NY. PUBLICATIONS: INDIVIDUAL PLAYS 2012 2008 2008 2008 Lace Curtain Irish, The Book of Estrogenius 2011, NYC. (pending). The Second Coming of Joan of Arc (audio recording), CD Baby: Portland, OR. Bite My Thumb, Sinister Wisdom, Issue #76, Sebastopol, CA. The Parmachene Belle, The Harbor Journal, Vol. II, Cozy Harbor Press, Southport, ME. 2006 A Labor Play, Sinister Wisdom, Sebastopol, CA, Winter. 2005 The Drum Lesson, Sinister Wisdom, Issue 64, Sebastopol, CA. 2005 .The Obligatory Scene, Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly, Binghamton, NY. 2004 The Rules of the Playground, Femspec, vol. 5, Issue 2, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD. 2004 Ugly Ducklings, At Play: An Anthology of Maine Drama, Levant Heritage Library Press, Levant, ME. 3

2004 Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist, in Under Thirty: Plays for a New Generation, ed. by Eric Lane, Vintage Books, NYC. 2003 The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, Samuel French, Inc. NYC. 2003 The Parmachene Belle, Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly, Vol. IV, Issue 1, Binghamton, NY. 2003 The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, Voices Made Flesh: Performing Women’s Autobiography, ed. Lynn C. Miller, University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, WI. 2000 Heterosexuals Anonymous. Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly, Vol. II, Binghamton, NY. 1999 Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist. Off-Off Broadway Festival Plays, TwentyThird Series, Samuel French, Inc., NYC. 1997 Patricide. Night of 1,000 Playwrights, Rain City Projects, Seattle. 1996 Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist, introduction by Aishah Rahman, Rain City Projects, Seattle. 1996 The Amazon All-Stars. Amazon All Stars: Thirteen Lesbian Plays, edited by Rosemary Keefe Curb, intro.to play by Bonnie Morris, Applause Books, NY. 1993 Louisa May Incest. “No Dobermans Allowed: A Dramatic Argument for Separatist Theatre.” Lesbian Culture, ed. Penelope and Wolfe, Crossing Press, Freedom, CA. PUBLICATIONS: TRANSLATION 2012 贞德再临_中文 translated by Chen San (Mandarin translation of The Second Coming of Joan of Arc ) 2009 La Résurrection de Jeanne d’Arc, translated by Stephanie Sullivan, Gage Press. 2007 ВТОРОТО ПРИШЕСТВИЕ НА ЖАНА Д’АРК, translated by Victoria Koleva (Bulgarian translation of The Second Coming of Joan of Arc). 2001 Joana Dark: A Revolta translated by Marie Amaral (Portuguese translation of The Second Coming of Joan of Arc.) PUBLICATIONS: ADAPTATION 2010 A Woman’s Book of Healing (an adaptation of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy), Gage Press. PUBLICATIONS: JOURNAL ARTICLES

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2012 Lyrics from The Amazon All-Stars and Women on the Land, in Sinister Wisdom, Vol. 85, (humor issue), Sebastapol, CA. 2011 “My First Lesbians,” Chokecherries, Society of the Muse of the Southwest, Taos, NM. 2010 “For Rachel Crites,” Sinister Wisdom, Vol. 81, Sebastapol, CA. 2009 “The Inconvenient Truth About Teena Brandon,” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices, Issue 9, January. www.triviavoices.net. 2009 “For Want of A Goddess,” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices, www.triviavoices.net. 2008 “The Happy Hooker Revisited,” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices , Issue 7/8, September 2008, www.triviavoices.net 2008 “A Lesbian Archivist Discovers A Hidden Literary Treasure in Southern Oregon,” Lambda Book Report, Spring/Summer, Washington, DC. 2007 “In Search of a Lesbian Stage Tradition,” The International Gay and Lesbian Review, Issue 14.2, March/April, Cambridge. 2007 “Clear and Fierce: A Tribute to Andrea Dworkin,” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices, Issue 5, Feb. 2007. www.triviavoices.net . 2006 “Keening in Bangor,” Sinister Wisdom: A Journal for Lesbians, Vol. 68, Sebastopol, CA 2006 “When Sex Is Not the Metaphor for Intimacy,” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices, Issue 3, Feb. 2006. www.triviavoices.net . 2004 “Lizbeth Borden and Bridget Sullivan: Fall River Scapegoats and Mascots,” The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 1, Issue 4, August/Sept., Orlando, FL. 2004 “Grammarchy,” (poem) Sinister Wisdom: A Journal for Lesbians, vol 63, Summer Berkeley, CA. 2000 “My Life Among the Dolls,” Michigan Quarterly Review, Spring, Ann Arbor, MI 1998 “The Case for Marlowe as the Bard,” Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, Vol. 5, Number 4., Cambridge, MA. 1996 “Terri Lynne Jewell: A Tribute,” (edited) Womanist Theory and Research, Spring/ Summer, Athens, GA, 1996 “Dissociative Disorders and Sex,” Lesbian Ethics, Albuquerque, NM. 1995 “Lesbian Musical Theatre: Subverting The Genre,” Dramatists Guild Quarterly, Spring, NYC. 1993 “Il Teatro No Agli Uomini: Carolyn Gage,” Bollettina del Cli, Rome, Spring. 1993 “Cutting the Cord.” Lesbian Ethics, Albuquerque, NM, Summer. 1992 “Le No To Men Théâtre,” Lesbia, Paris, France 1992 “Homophobia and Women’s Theatre,” Dramatists Guild Quarterly, New York 1992 “Pressure to Heal.” Lesbian Ethics, Albuquerque, NM. 1989 “No Dobermans Allowed: A Dramatic Argument for SeparatistTheatre.” Trivia: A Journal of Women’s Voices, XV, Amherst, MA. 5

1990 Louisa May Incest. Trivia, vol. 16 & 17, Amherst, MA. 1989 Louisa May Incest. Portland Review, Portland, OR. 1988 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc. Sinister Wisdom, XXXV, Berkeley, CA. PUBLICATIONS: IN ANTHOLOGIES 2012 Monologues, in Fresh Fruit Ten-Year Anniversary Anthology, (pending).] 2012 (Second Edition publication) “Rewriting the Script,” Live Through This: On Creativity and Self-Destruction, ed.by Sabrina Chapadiev, Seven Stories Press, NYC. 2012 “Thrown Out At Home, or How a Musical About a Lesbian Softball Team Ruined My Life,” in Just One Book, ed. Laura Candelaria (pending.) 2012 “Through the Looking Glass,” We’Moon 2013, Mother Tongue Ink, Estacada, OR. (pending). 2012 Interview, In Her Words: 25 Interviews with KickAss Women in the Art and Entertainment, edited by N.E. Francis. 2011 “The Furies” in an anthology of short stories about secrets, edited by Susan Huddis Koppelman. (pending) 2011 “Chrysalis Haiku,” We’Moon 2011, Chrysalis, Mother Tongue Ink, Estacada, OR. 2011 “The Smart Teacher,” in Anthology of We’Moon Art and Writing: In the Spirit of We’Moon: Celebrating 30 Years, We’Moon Press, Estacada, OR. 2010 “Orbits” in Beyond Inclusion, Beyond Empowerment: A Developmental Strategy to Liberate Everyone by Dr. Leticia Nieto, publisher TBA. 2010 “The Furies,” in Woman’s Work: The Short Stories, Girlchild Press, Glendale, CA. 2008 “Rewriting the Script,” Live Through This: On Creativity and Self-Destruction, ed.by Sabrina Chapadiev, Seven Stories Press, NYC. 2008 “Black Bean Dip,” The Butch Cookbook, ed. by Lee Lynch, Nel Ward, and Sue Hardesty, Teal Ribbon Publications, Newport, OR. 2006 “Keening in Bangor,” Those They Left Behind: Interviews, Stories, Essays And Poems By Survivors Of Suicide, ed. Karen Mueller Bryson, Transformational Stories. 2004 Excerpts from The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, in The Best Women’s Stage Monologues of 2003, ed. by Lepidus, D.L., Smith and Kraus, Lyme, NH. 2003 “My Life Among the Dolls,” Secret Spaces of Childhood, ed. by Elizabeth Goodenough, Michigan University Press, Ann Arbor, MI. 2003 “Gaia Carols,” We’Moon ‘03: Gaia Rhythms for Womyn, Mother Tongue Ink, Estacada, OR. 6

2003 “The Second Floor of J. C. Penney,” Hard Jobbin’: Women’s Experiences of the Workplace, Ride the Wind Press, Beausejour, Manitoba. 1999 “Hidden Disability: A Coming Out Story,” Restricted Access: Lesbians and Disability, ed. by Victoria K. Brownworth, The Seal Press, Seattle, WA. 1999 “Joan of Arc,” The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures, ed. Bonnie Zimmerman and George Haggerty, Garland Publishing, Inc., Levittown, PA 1998 Essay on lesbian theatre in The St. James Press Gay and Lesbian Almanac, St. James Press, Detroit, MI. 1998 “Becca and the Woman Prince,” in Love Shook My Heart: New Lesbian Love Stories, ed. by Irene Zahava, Alyson Publications, Seattle, WA. 1998 “The Smart Teacher,” We’Moon ‘98: Wise Womyn Ways, Mother Tongue Ink, Estacada, OR. PUBLICATION: ARTICLES IN OTHER PUBLICATIONS 2012 Review of Intimate Wars by Merle Hoffman, Rain and Thunder, Northampton, MA. 2012 “Me, Babe and Prying Open the Closets of Lesbian Athletes,” On the Issues, Spring. 2012 “Stealing the Herd,” HowlAround: Journal of the Theater Commons, (pending). 2011 “Orpheus of Incest” (review of Christine Stark’s Nickels), Rain and Thunder, Northampton, MA. 2011 “The Woman Behind the Woman Behind Social Security,” On the Issues, NY. 2011 “How I Came To Write a Play Where the Lesbian Doesn’t Kill Herself,” Rain and Thunder, Northampton, MA. (reprint). 2011 “A Lesbian Archivist Discovers A Hidden Literary Treasure in Southern Oregon,”(reprinted), Maize: A Lesbian Country Magazine, Winter. 2010 “Remembering Wilma Mankiller,” Rain and Thunder, Northampton, MA. 2010 “Vulval Chaos: The Poetry of Susan Hawthorne,” Lambda Book Report, March. 2010 “Medals for Military Sexual Trauma,” in Quiet Mountain Essays. 2009 “Woodstock: A Counter-Countercultural Perspective,” Rain and Thunder, Issue 44, Northampton, MA. 2009 “Road Trip: Maine’s Lesbian History Goes a Long, Long Way Back,” The Portland Phoenix, June 27, http://thephoenix.com/Portland/News/85565-Road-trip/ 2009 “The Ladies Room: A Complicated Conversation, On the Issues, http://www.ontheissuesmagazine.com/cafe2/article/59 2008 “The War I Know: Sidelined, A to Z,”On the Issues: A Magazine of Critical Independent Thinking,” Fall. www.ontheissuesmagazine.org.

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2008 “Carolyn Gage Discusses Her Experience with Self-Publishing,” Seasons: The Quarterly Newsletter of the International Centre for Women Playwrights, Vol. 6, No. 2. 2008 “Anna Politskaya” off our backs women’s newsjournal, vol. 37, no. 2/3, Washington, DC. 2007 “Shakespeare Got It Right,” Lambda Book Report, Vol. 15, Issue 1, Winter 2007. 2006 “Tee Corinne: Lesbian Artist and Revolutionary,” off our backs women’s newsjournal, Vol. 36, No. 3, Washington, DC. 2006 “Ugly Ducklings Project” Maine Women’s Journal. 2006 “Playwrights Need Not Apply,” Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance Newsletter, Portland. 2006 “Lesbian Children, Lesbian Rights,” Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Winter, Northampton, MA. 2003 “Monique Wittig: In Memoriam,” in off our backs, vol. xxxiv, Washington, DC. 2003 “Michael Moore Off Target” in off our backs, vol. xxxiii, no. 1/2 , Washington, DC 2002 “A Lesbian Looks at The Vagina Monologues,” Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Summer, Northampton, MA. 2001 Review of Camera, Woman in Lesbian Review of Books, Vol. VIII, No. 1, Hilo, HI. 2001 “Letter to a Friend Who Self-Identifies as ‘Sex-Positive’” Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Northampton, MA. 2000 “Lizzie Borden and the Labrys,” Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Issue 4, Winter, Northampton, MA. 1999 “Guess Who’s Not Coming to Dinner: A Feminist Reconsideration of Judy Chicago’s ‘The Dinner Table,’” Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Issue 2, Spring, Northampton, MA. 1999 Review of Fling Wide the Eyed Universe by Julia Penelope, Lesbian Review of Books, Winter, Hilo, HI 1999 Review of Passing Performance and When Romeo Was a Woman, Lambda Book Report, Spring, Washington, DC. 1999 “Some Thoughts on the Matthew Shepard Slaying,” Oranga Whakara (Parallel Lives), Otautahi (Christchurch), Aotearoa (New Zealand). 1998 Review of Rachel Carson:Witness for Nature, Lesbian Review of Books, Hilo, HI. 1998 “Gentrification,” (review of Stagestruck) Lambda Book Report, Vol. 7, No. 5, Wash., DC. 1998 “Taking That Leap!” (review of The Women’s Circus) Lesbian Review of Books, Hilo, HI. CITATIONS/ EXCERPTS/ REVIEWS/ INTERVIEWS

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2012 “Lizzie Borden Took an Axe… Or Did She?” (interview by Bob Keyes), Portland Press Herald, Jan. 5, Portland, Maine. 2012 Interview by Chen San in Les+, (translated to Mandarin), Beijing, China. 2012 Interviewed by Cindy Wolf Boynton about Louisa May Incest for “Literary New England” on BlogTalk Radio, May 1. 2012 "Remembering Babe: Lesbian playwright Carolyn Gage premieres her musical on golf legend Babe Didrikson" by Neil Cohen, Echo Magazine, Phoenix, AZ.2012 2012 "... Babe Aims to Bring HIstory to Life" by Kerry Lengel, AZ Central, Phoenix, AZ. 2012 Adrienne Rich Tribute Show, “Lesbian Radio,” WMPG, Portland, ME, April 4. 2011 Interviewed by Beth Maples-Bays, for One 4 All Magazine, East Tennessee. 2011 Interviewed by Merry Gangemi for “Woman-Stirred Radio,” WGDR (Goddard College Radio), June 24. 2011 Interviewed by Keita Whiten on “Mama Africa Show,” WMPG radio, Portland, ME, Feb. 13. 2011 Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist excerpted in When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans by Paula Caplan, MIT Press. 2011 Interviewed by Brenda Starr for “Through the Eyes of Women,” KHSU, Arcata, CA, May 9 (aired). 2011 Interviewed by Danielle Orr for the “Homepage”, KHSU, Arcata, CA., April 1. 2011 "Joan of Arc Playwright Performs Her Work," interviewed by Adrian Chamberlain for The Times Colonist, Victoria, BC., March 9. 2011 Interviewed by Tynan Power, Rainbow Times, Northampton, MA, March 3. 2010 Interviewed by Emily Ptak-Pressman for “Her Turn,” WORT radio, Madison, WI., July 14 (aired August 22.) 2010 Cited in Writers from Oregon: Ken Kesey, Ursula K. Le Guin, Vladimir Nabokov, Matt Groening, Chuck Palahniuk, Damon Knight, John Zerzan, Barry Lopez, General Books LLC. 2010 Interviewed by Gail Wartell about A Womanʼs Book of Healing, for “Culture Matters,” WMPG, Portland, ME. (Aug. 10) 2010 Interviewed by Maya Johnson for “Arts Notebook,” Radio Centre-Ville, Montreal, about The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, August 21. 2010 Interviewed in Lesbian Theatre article by Lisa Haas for Curve Magazine, San Francisco. 2010 “Dykely Ever After: Carolyn Gage’s The Spindle and Other Lesbian Fairy Tales” reviewed by Nayiree Roubinian, Rain and Thunder, Northampton, MA, Spring. 2010 Leading Ladies cited in Laurette Taylor: American Stage Legend by Lynn Kear, Macfarland Press.

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2010 “As You Like It” reviewed in “The Race Is On: Running Through Acorn’s 24-Hour Play Festival” by Megan Grumbling, Portland Phoenix, May 5. 2010 “Writers in the Storm,” Taos News, Taos, NM, Feb. 18. 2010 Interviewed on “Alternative Perspectives,” WRFG, Atlanta, GA, March 16. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays reviewed by Rebecca Bowles Lawson in Herstoria, Issue 4, Winter, p. 51, Wallasey, UK. 2009 “Encore, encore,” (Babe: An Olympian Musical named one of 10 most noteworthy lesbian plays of the year), Curve Magazine, December. 2009 Interviewed for “Dyke Drama: The Enduring Power of Lesbian Theater” by Kathleen Warnock edited by Kat Long, in Go Magazine, October 8. http://www.gomag.com/article/dyke_drama/ 2009 “10 Most Intriguing People in Maine,” interviewed by Donna Stuart for Portland Magazine, November. 2009 “Interview on Censorship of Butch Archetypes,”by Dixie Treichel and John Townsend, KFAI, Minneapolis for “This Way Out,” Program #1,120, distributed September 14. 2009 “The Spindle & Other Lesbian Fairy Tales: A Feminist Retelling of Sleeping Beauty & Other Classics, by N. E. Francis, Sacramento Arts and Entertainment Examiner, August 23. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc cited in Finding Out: Introduction to LGBT Studies, ed. by Deborah T. Meems, Sage Press. 2009 “Lesbians Unite: Reclaiming the State's History and Image,” by Megan Grumbling, Portland Phoenix, Aug. 26, http://thephoenix.com/Portland/Arts/88695-Lesbians-unite/ 2009 “Greetings from Lesbos, Maine: A Theatrical Journey through Maine's Lesbian History,” N. E. Francis, Sacramento Arts and Entertainment Examiner, April 19, 2009. 2009 Cited in “The Gendercator, of How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blogosphere” by J. Lawless in GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 15, Number 1. 2009 “Portland playwright wins honor,” by Bob Keyes, Sunday Maine Telegram, June 12, 2009. 2009 “A Conversation with American playwright and actor, Carolyn Gage: Part One and Part Two” by N.E. Francis, Sacramento Arts and Entertainment Examiner, June 13 & 14. 2009 The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman cited in Ethnodrama: An Anthology of Reality Theatre by Johnny Saldaña, Crossroads in Qualitative Inquiry. 2009 Interviewed (as “Francis”) in Christian Science: Women, Healing and the Church by Dr. Deidre Michell, University Press of America. 2008 Interviewed by Emilie Roye for Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County. 10

2008 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and interview by Frieda Werden, Women’s International Newsgathering Service (WINGS), http://womensstudies.usf.edu/wings.aspx 2008 Babe: An Olympic Musical reviewed in “Babe hits the pin on the head” by Lydia Howell, in The Twin Cities Daily Planet, September 11. 2008 Interviewed by Karina Mangu-Ward for The Butch Casting Project, October 7, http://www.butchcastingproject.com. 2008 Podcast with Merle Hoffman on “Sarah Palin and the Apocalypse,” On the Issues Magazine, October 31, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stations/HeadingLeft/Onthe-Issues-Magazine/2008/10/31/Sarah-Palin-and-the-Apocalypse 2008 Interviewed for “The Life and Times of a Stellar Athlete,” by Lydia Howell, Minnesota Women’s Press, September 3, Minneapolis. 2008 Interview by Lydia Howell, “Art Matters,” August 14, KFAI, Minneapolis. 2008 “Front Line Lesbians” (interview about The Countess and the Lesbians), Gay Community News, August, No. 224, Dublin. 2008 Cited in Portrayals of Joan of Arc in Film by Margaret Maddox, Edwin Mellen Press, p.1. 2008 Review of Nine Short Plays by Bonnie Morris in Lambda Book Report, Vol. 16, Issue 3, Los Angeles, CA. 2008 “Rewriting the Script” cited in Heather O’Neill’s review of Live Through This on AfterEllen.com, http://www.afterellen.com/books/2008/7/acrossthepage 2008 Interview, BloomingOut, June 12, WFHB, Bloomington, IN. 2008 Interviewed by C. S. Soong, “Against the Grain,” June 17, KPFA, San Francisco. 2008 “Carolyn Gage: Lesbian Playwright,” by Carol Anne Douglas, off our backs, vol. 37, no. 2/3, Washington, DC. 2008 Theatre Review of The Countess and the Lesbians by Sara Keating, The Irish Times, Dublin, May 14. 2008 “Siblings Unrivalled” by Niamh O’Dea, (review of The Countess and the Lesbians), The Metro, Dublin, May 20. 2008 “Gay Theatre Festival Reviews” by K. Harvey, (The Countess and the Lesbians), Queer ID, Dublin, May 16. 2007 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc (performance) reviewed by Gordon Farrel for Gay Community News, Rep. of Ireland, May 18, http://www.gcn.ie. 2007 Review of The Piano cited in Jane Campion (Contemporary Film Directors) by Kathleen McHugh, University of Illinois Press. 2007 Cited in Harriet Tubman: Myth, Memory, and History by Milton Semett, Duke University Press, Durham, NC. 2007 Interviewed by Georgia Jacobson in “Ugly Ducklings: A Playwright Teaches How to Play Right” in New Moon, September/October 2007, Duluth, MN. 2007 “Lesbians Take to the Stage,” by Heather O’Neill, AfterEllen..com, http://www.afterellen.com/node/4606 11

2007 “For Rachel Crites” and “Some Kiswnd of Miracle or Something,” Maine Radio Poets Project, WRFR, Rockland, ME. 2007 Cited in Women as Hamlet: Performance and Interpretation in Theatre, Film, and Fiction by Troy Howard, Cambridge University Press, p. 134. 2006 Cited in Feminist Revolution in Literacy: Women’s Bookstores in the United States, by Junko Onosaka, Routledge, p. 143. 2006 Historical Dictionary of Lesbian Literature, Meredith Miller, Scarecrow Press, p.70. 2006 Cited in The Lavender Locker Room by Patricia Nell Warren, Wildcat Press, p. 32. 2006 “Monique Wittig: In Memoriam” cited in The Butterfly Effect by Susan Hawthorne, Spinifex Press, Melbourne, Australia. 2006 The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, cited in “The Constructed Self,” in Sage Handbook of Performance Studies, by D. Soyini Madison and Judith Hamera, Sage Publications, London, p. 171. 2006 “A 21st Century Joan of Arc,” Interview with Erika Brincat, Malta Today, February 12. 2006 The Lavender Locker Room: 3000 Years of Great Athletes Whose Sexual Orientation Was Different, ed. by Patricia Nell Warren, Wildcat Press. 2006 Interview with Dixie Treichel, WKAI, Minneapolis, MN. 2006 Acknowledgements, America's Joan of Arc: The Life of Anna Elizabeth Dickinson by J. Matthew Gallman, Oxford University Press, p. 10. 2005 Cited in Did Lizzie Borden Axe For It? By David Rehak , Just My Best Book Publishing Company, p. 57 2005 Cited in Hamlet: History and Commentary, ed. by Alex Jack, Amber Waves Press. 2005 Cited in Playwriting: The Structure of Action, Revised and Expanded Edition by Sam Smiley and Norman Bert, Yale University Press, p.94. 2005 Cited in Theater Festivals: Best Worldwide Venues for New Works by Lisa Mulcahy, Allworth Press, p.114. 2005 “Ugly Ducklings” article by Aimsel Ponti, Curve Magazine, San Francisco. 2005 Interview by Charlotte Renner, Maine Public Broadcasting, Portland, ME. 2005 Interview, by Conrad Bishop for “Hitchhiking off the Map,” Public Radio Series, produced by The Independent Eye for KPFA-FM, San Francisco (aired June 3). 2005 Interview and The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, by Frieda Werden for Women’s International News Gathering Service, Canada. 2005 Interviewed by Madeleine Winterfalcon for “Queertalk,” Dec. 8, WMPG, Portland, ME. 2005 “The Smart Teacher” cited in Friends are Everything, by B.J. Gallagher, Conari Press.

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2004 “A Friendship Forged on Theatre’s Cutting Edge,” interview by Bob Keyes, The Portland Press-Herald, Sunday, Sept. 19, Portland, ME. 2004 Workshops cited in Gender in Applied Communication Contexts by Patrice Buzzanell, Helen M. Stark, Lynn H Turner, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2004 “Five Women Outsiders From History Tell Their Tale,” review of Wild Women Don’t Get the Blues by April Boyle, Sunday, Sept. 10, Portland, ME. 2004 “Feminist Wile,” review of Wild Women Don’t Get the Blues by Megan Grumbling, Portland Phoenix, Sept. 24, Portland, ME. 2004 Cookin’ with Typhoid Mary, excerpted on WMPG, Portland, ME. 2004 “Radically Redefining Beauty,” (review of Ugly Ducklings), by Kim Krisberg, The Washington Blade, May 7, Washington, DC. 2004 “Ugly Ducklings,” (review) by Bidisha Banerjee, Washington City Paper, Washington, DC. 2004 “Best Bets,” (review of Ugly Ducklings) by Peter Fay, WAMU (NPR affiliate station), Washington, DC. 2004 Review of Ugly Ducklings, Metro Weekly, April 22, Washington, DC. 2004 “Writing a Wrong for Gay Teens,” (interview) by Bryan Anderton, Washington Blade, February 20, Washington, DC. 2004 “Angie” excerpted in “Bad for the Body, Bad for the Heart: Prostitution Harms Women Even if Legalized or Decriminalized,” by Melissa Farley in Violence Against Women Journal, Oct., 10:1087-1125. www.prostitutionresearch.com/FarleyVAW.pdf 2004 “Ugly Ducklings” (review), by Amy Winter, off our backs, Jan-Feb, Washington, DC. 2004 “Sisterhood on Trial,” (review of The Anastasia Trials), by Mary Damiano, Express Gay News, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 2004 “Verdict: An Unexpected Delight,” (review of The Anastasia Trials), by Christine Dolan, The Miami Herald, Feb. 4, Miami, FL. 2004 “Anastasia Trials Filled with Theatrical Twists,” by Bill Hirschman, Sun-Sentinel, Feb. 4, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 2004 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc cited in “Queering the Conflicts: What LGBT Students Can Teach Us in the Classroom and Online,” by Brad Peters and Diana Swanson in Computers and Composition, Vol. 21, Issue 3, September, pp. 295-313. 2004 Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist cited in Bias in Psychiatric Diagnosis by Paula J. Caplan and Lisa Cosgrove, pp. 23,24,32, Jason Aronson, NY. 2003 “Hidden Disability: A Coming Out Story” cited in “My Body, My Closet: Invisible Disability and the Limits of Coming-Out Discourse” by Ellen Jean Samuels, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Volume 9, Number 1-2, 2003. 13

2003 “Piano Review” cited in “The Representation of the Indigenous Other in Daughters of the Dust and The Piano” by C. Brown, National Women’s Studies Association Journal. 2003 Cited in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance by Dennis Kennedy, Oxford University Press, p. 733. 2003 Cited in Joan of Arc, a Saint for All Reasons: Studies in Myth and Politics by Dominique Goy-Blanquet , Ashgate Publishing, p. 139. 2003 “A Star Then—and Now,” (review of Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman), by Samela Harris, The Advertiser, Nov. 1, Adelaide, Australia. 2003 “Phillips’ Brutally Honest Solo Role,” (review of Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman), by Matt Bryne, The Sunday Mail, Adelaide, Australia. 2003 Like There’s No Tomorrow, reviewed by Carol Anne Douglass, off our backs, vol.xxxiv, Washington, DC. 2003 Interviewed by Alicia Anstead, Bangor Daily News, October 24, Bangor, ME. 2003 Interviewed, “Feminism Live,” KBOO radio, Portland, OR. 2003 “Women Holding the Cards,” by Dan Via (review of The Anastasia Trials) The Washington Post, May 30, page WE45. 2003 “Playwright Attempts to Reclaim Lesbian Lives Through Art,” by Jaime McLeod, Pittsburgh’s Out, Issue 312, Pittsburgh, PA. 2003 “Woman has ‘Second Coming’ with play about Joan of Arc,” by Jeff Korbelik, Lincoln Journal Star, March 7, 2003, Lincoln, NE. 2003 “Finding Direction,” by Bob Keyes, Maine Sunday Telegram, February 16, 2003, Portland, ME. 2003 “Separatism” and “Reverse Discrimination” from Like There’s No Tomorrow, excerpted in contributions by Tamarah Cohen in Sexuality: The Essential Glossary, ed.by Jo Eadie, Arnold Press, London. 2002 “The Case for Marlowe as the Bard” cited in Year’s Work in English Studies/Years Work in Critical and Cultural Theory: Covering Work Produced in 1999, Oxford University Press. 2002 Interviewed by Fionola Meredith, Women’s News, Issue 138, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2002 Interviewed on local radio, September 11, Tralee, Republic of Ireland. 2002 “Theatre Magic: The Trials and Tribulations of Women’s Theatre,” by Jade Angelica, (cover story) Portland Phoenix, Vol. 7, No. 4., Portland, ME. 2002 Interviewed by Pat Cramer, off our backs: the feminist newsjournal, vol.xxxii, no.1&2, Jan-Feb. Washington, DC. 2001 Cited in For Fear of the Fire: Joan of Arc and the Limits of Subjectivity by Francoise Meltzer, University Of Chicago Press, p.20. 2001 Cited in Sexual Shakespeare: Forgery, Authorship, Portraiture by Michael Keevak, Wayne State University Press. 14

2001 Cited in The Louisa May Alcott Encyclopedia by Gregory Eiselein and Anne K. Phillips, Greenwood Press, page 12 2001 Cited in “Women and Self-Inflicted Violence,” by Elliott bat Tzedek in Rain and Thunder, Issue 12, Oakland, CA. 2001 Interviewed by Autumn Phillips, Casco Bay Weekly, Portland, ME. 2001 “Pressure to Heal” excerpted in A History of Celibacy by Elizabeth Abbot, Da Capo Press, 2001, p 392, 414. 2001 Interviewed by Rick Reed, Windy City Times, Chicago, IL. 2001 “Carolyn Gage’s Letter to the World,” by Erin Blackwell, Girlfriends Magazine, July, San Francisco. 2001 Interviewed for “Lesbian Artists,” video by Jenna Orkin, Brooklyn, NY. 2001Interviewed by Robert Redick in “On Playwriting,” The Portland Phoenix, April 1319, Portland, ME. 2001 Interviewed by Michelle Raiyn, WSHU, Conn. Public Radio, April 19, 2001, Fairfield. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc excerpted, “Lesbian Radio/ Wahine takataapui reo irirangi” Plains FM 96.9, Christchurch, New Zealand, February 17, 2001. 2000 Cited in Lesbian Couples: A Guide to Creating Healthy Relationships by D. Merilee, Ph.D. Clunis and G. Dorsey, Ph.D. Green, Seal Press, p.7. 2000 Cited in Higher Ground: From Utopianism to Realism in American Feminist Thought and Theory (Women in Culture and Society Series) by Sally L. Kitch, University Of Chicago Press, p. 9. 2000 Cited in Scapegoat by Andrea Dworkin , Free Press, p. 54. 2000 “Hidden Disability” cited in “Beyond Inclusion,” by Rachel Rosenbloom in Women’s Review of Books, March 2000, Vol. 17, Issue 6, p.12. 2000 Cited in “Response” by Patricia Cramer in Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries, ed. by Ann Ardis and Bonnie Kime Scott, Pace University Press, NY, p. 117. 2000 Interviewed by Katherine Harris, “Anger like a Piano,” The Washington Blade, June 28, Washington, DC. 2000 Interviewed by Judith Strasser of “To the Best of Our Knowledge,” National Public Radio, July 18, 2000, “Making Saints,” Madison, WI. 2000 Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors reviewed by Lynn Miller, Lesbian Review of Books, Summer, Hilo, HI. 2000 “Becca and the Woman Prince” cited in Lesbian and Gay Voices: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Literature for Children and Young Adults, by Frances Ann Day, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT. 2000 Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors reviewed by Renée McBride for “Broadside,” newsletter of Theatre Library Association, June. 15

2000 Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors reviewed by Therese Szymanski in Lambda Book Report, Spring, Washington, DC. 2000 The Parmachene Belle excerpted in Even More Monologues for Women, by Women, Tori Haring-Smith, ed., Heinemann Books, Inc., Portsmouth, NH. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Other Plays, Like There’s No Tomorrow, Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors, Take Stage!, cited in Lesbians in Print: A Bibliography, Margaret Gillon, ed., Odd Girls Press, Anaheim, CA. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, cited in “What’s in a Name?” and “Sticks and Stones,” dir. by Jean Padgett, National Film Board of Canada. 2000 Interviewed for “Hanging Loose,” GAYBC radio network, Seattle. 2000 Interview with Mary Glenny, WMNF, Tampa, FL. 2000 “When Sex is Not a Metaphor for Intimacy,” (lecture) WYOU, public access TV, March 22, Madison, WI. 1999 Theatre company and plays cited and photograph included in The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures, ed. Bonnie Zimmerman and George Haggerty, Garland Publishing, Inc., Levittown, PA 1999 Cited in Jane Campion's The Piano (Cambridge Film Handbooks) by Harriet Margolis and Horton Andrew, Cambridge University Press, p. 43. 1999 Interviewed by Connie Pacillo in “For Play,” Casco Bay Weekly, Vol. XI, No. 43, Portland, ME. 1999 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc cited in Eden Built by Eves: The Culture of the Women’s Music Festivals, Bonnie Morris, Alyson Press, Seattle, WA. 1999 “Tara and Other Lies,” on “Book Talk,” KPFA, Berkeley, CA. 1999 Interviewed by Madeleine LeCoq in Weird Sisters, Ft. Collins, CO. 1999 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc (excerpts), “Stone’s Throw,” KPFA, Berkeley, CA. 1999 Excerpts Like There’s No Tomorrow, Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Issue 2, Spring, Northampton, MA. 1999 Interview with Jesse Haiwa, May 14, 1999, “Out Radio,” WBAI, New York City. 1998 Interview with Debra D’Allesandro, “Amazon Country,” (nationally syndicated show), July 18, 1998, Philadelphia, PA. 1998 Cited in Embracing Victory: Life Lessons in Competition and Compassion by Mariah Burton-Nelson, pp 15-16, William Morrow and Company, NYC. 1998 Like There’s No Tomorrow, (excerpts), “Stone’s Throw,” KPFA, Berkeley, CA. 1998 Interviewed in “Has Lesbian Theatre Come of Age?” Lambda Book Review, Vol. 7, No. 5., Washington, DC. 1998 “Lesbians Front and Center,” (review of Take Stage!) by Lynn C. Miller, Lesbian Review of Books, Vol. IV, No. 4, Hilo, HI. 1998 “Pressure to Heal” excerpted in When the Earth Moves: Women and Orgasm, Mikaya Heart, Ten Speed Press, San Francisco. 16

1997 “Piano Review” cited in “Sweet Surrender and Trespassing Desires in Reading: Jane Campion’s The Piano and the Struggle for Responsible Pedagogy,” by Deanne Bogdan, Hilary Davis, Judith Robertson in Changing English, Vol. 4, Issue 1, March. FILMS 2008 Bite My Thumb, optioned by Cottonlover Films, Indianapolis, IN. 2006 “Ugly Ducklings: The Documentary,” directed by Fawn Yacker, produced by Hardy Girls Healthy Women, Waterville, ME. (documentary about production of Ugly Ducklings.) PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONAL LECTURES AND APPEARANCES 2012 The Lesbian Tent Revival, National OLOC Conference, Woburn, MA. 2012 “The Other L-Words” and interviewed by Mary Malia for “Living Your Best Lesbian Life National Telesummit.” 2012 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2012 “For Rachel Crites” (poem), “Weaving Conversations in the Sky: Women Poets,” St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland, ME. 2012 “A Theatrical Journey Through Maine’s Lesbian History,” York Diversity Forum, York, ME. 2011 Excerpt from The Parmachene Belle, A Tasting of Theater, Lucid Stage, Portland, ME. 2011 “The Butch Visibility Project,” Pecha Kucha, Portland, ME. 2011 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. 2011 Lace Curtain Irish, (reading) Maine Assoc. of Community Theatres One-Act Festival, Auburn, ME. 2011 Speak Fully the One Awful Word,(reading) Bowdoin College (Harriet Beecher Stowe Conference), Brunswick, ME. 2011 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Key City Public Theatre, Port Townsend, WA and Arcata, CA. 2011 “Beyond The L-Word Workshop,” and “Ugly Ducklings Workshop,” Women’s Theatre Project, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 2011 Online Publishing Demonstration and Workshop, “Business of Writing Conference, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Portland, ME. 2011 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Intensive Workshop, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2011 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and The Lesbian Tent Revival, the Vancouver Lesbian-Feminist Dinner Party, Vancouver, BC. 2011 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Roseburg, OR; and Burlington, VT. 17

2011 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Victoria Senior Care, Victoria BC. 2011 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Rain and Thunder Collective, Northampton. 2011 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Sappho’s Salon, Chicago, and LGBT Centers in Racine and Milwaukee, WI. 2010 “As a woman I have no country…,” presenter at “Patriotica: An Evening of Patriotic Art,” Mayo Arts, Portland, ME. 2010 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Lucid Stage, Portland, ME. 2010 Brett Remembers, (reading), Wurlitzer Foundation, Taos, NM. 2010 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Lecture and readings, Univ. of Connecticut, Stamford. 2010 Panelist, “Are Lesbians Going Extinct?” for Lesbians in the 70’s Conference, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, CUNY, NYC. (pending) 2010 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Women’s Week, Provincetown, MA. 2010 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, and a monologue workshop, Provincetown International Women’s Theatre Festival, Provincetown, MA. 2010 Interviewed on “Alternative Perspectives,” WRFG, Atlanta, GA, March 16. 2010 Presentation, MUSE, Portland, ME. 2010 Co-hosting “Mary Daly Memorial Broadcasts” on WMPG “Lesbian Radio,” Portland, ME. 2010 Excerpts of The Parmachene Belle performed at Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS), Taos, NM. 2009 Featured author, Books & Blooms Book Fair, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Boothbay Harbor, ME. 2009 “A Theatrical Journey Through Maine’s Lesbian History,” University of New England, Biddeford, ME. 2009 The Parmachene Belle, Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter, and readings, Lord Leebrick Theatre, Eugene, OR. 2009 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Deer Creek House, Roseburg, OR. 2009 The Lesbian Tent Revival (excerpt), The Third Annual Lesbian All-Star Revue, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland, ME. 2009 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Women in the Arts, Lansing, MI. 2009 “Self-Publishing Workshop,” Resort on Carefree Boulevard, N. Fort Myers, FL. 2009 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Michfest Fundraiser, Nattick, MA. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, and “Lesbian Theatre Workshop” at Honors College (annual lecture series) University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, and “The Inconvenient Truth about Teena Brandon,” keynote at Gender Conference at Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR. 18

2009 The Parmachene Belle in Greetings from Lesbos, Maine, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland, ME. 2009 “Ugly Ducklings: Scenes and Documentary,” (panelist), St. Lawrence Theatre, Portland, ME. 2009 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, “An Evening of Scenes and Monologues by Carolyn Gage,” University of Southern Maine, Gorham. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of Maine, Farmington. 2009 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Stetson University, DeLand, FL. 2009 The Parmachene Belle, UU Church of Saco and Biddeford, Saco, ME. 2009 “Monologue Workshop” and The Parmachene Belle, Maine Assoc. of Community Theatres Conference, Auburn. 2009 The Parmachene Belle and The Lesbian Tent Revival, We are 1, Durham, NC. 2009 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter and The Parmachene Belle, Black Hills Equality Center Pride, Rapid City, SD. 2009 “The Pro’s and Con’s of Self-Publishing,” Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance Business of Writing Conference, Freeport. 2009 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Intensive Workshop (6 days), Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2009 The Parmachene Belle, UU Church, Brewster, MA. 2008 “What is Terror for Women?” radio panel for On the Issues Magazine radioblog, October 31. 2008 “Lesbian Theatre,” (lecture) Tisch School of Performing Arts, New York University, NYC. 2008 “An Evening of Dyke Drama with Carolyn Gage,” North Star Café, Portland, ME. 2008 “Gage on Stage,” TOSOS II, New York City and Venus Productions, Laurel, MD. 2008 Souvenirs from Eden, (reading), Lesbian History Tour, Mount Desert Island, ME. 2008 The Lesbian Tent Revival, Intensive Workshop, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2008 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Superstition Mountain Resort, Apache Junction, AZ. 2008 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, SWAN Day, Maine Women Writers Collection and International Center for Women Playwrights, Portland, ME. 2008 The Countess and the Lesbians, Maine Association of Community Theatres Conference, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 2008 The Countess and the Lesbians, St. Lawrence Arts Center and Center for Ethics in Action, Portland, ME. 2008 Entr’acte and The Obligatory Scene, reading by Stage Q, and Lesbian Tent Revival, National Women’s Music Festival, Madison, WI. 19

2008 The Parmachene Belle, “You Are the Main Character” workshop and reading of The Goddess Tour, Resort on Carefree Boulevard, N. Ft. Myers, FL 2008 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Portland Stage Company, actor’s benefit, Portland, ME 2008 Workshop of Babe: An Olympian Musical, Arizona Women’s Theatre Company, Scottsdale, AZ. 2007 Lesbian Tent Revival, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart MI. 2007 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, “An Evening of Lesbian AllStars,” sponsored by WMPG, Portland, ME. 2007 “You Gotta Love A Lesbian: An Evening with Two Lesbian Playwrights,” Cork Arts Theatre, Republic of Ireland. 2007 “Lesbian History Grove,” July—September, Lesbian Radio, WMPG, Portland, ME. 2007 Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter, International Center for Women Playwrights Festival, Dramatists Guild Offices, NYC. 2007“Acting Lesbian: A Workshop,” Theatre Unbound, Minneapolis. 2007 “Acting Lesbian: A Workshop,” Stage Q, Madison, WI. 2007 Ugly Ducklings, hosting reading, University of West Virginia, Morgantown. 2007 Libra Series Writers’ Residency, University of Maine, Machias. 2007 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter, Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival, Ireland. 2007 Workshop, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, (Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance), Deer Isle, Maine. 2007 Panel, “Ugly Ducklings: The Documentary” (screening), Rainbow Business and Professional Association, Portland, ME. 2007 Presenter, Festival of the Book, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Portland, ME. 2006 Panelist, “Ugly Ducklings Campaign,” Maine Youth Action Network Conference, South Portland. 2006 Panelist, “Ugly Ducklings Campaign,” University of Maine, Farmington. 2006 Panelist, “Ugly Ducklings Campaign,” Belfast, Maine. 2006 “Lesbian Readers Theatre,” Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2006 Panel participant, screening of “Ugly Ducklings:The Documentary,” University of New England, Portland, ME. 2006 “Quand ‘sexe’ ne veut pas dire intimate,” 5e Colloque international d’Études lesbiennes Bagdam Espace lesbian, Toulouse, France. 2006 “Adapting Historical Figures for the Stage,” (workshop) International Center for Women Playwrights Annual Retreat, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. 2006 The Parmachene Belle, reading of Ugly Ducklings, National Women’s Music Festival, University of Illinois, Normal, IL. 20

2006 “Resisting the Dominant Paradigm,” workshop, Stonecoast MFA Creative Writing Program, Univ. of S. Maine ,Stone House, Brunswick. 2006 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Maine Association of Community Theatres Festival, Bath, Maine. 2006 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, St. Joseph’s College, Philadelphia. 2005 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Stonewall Center, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2005 “Lesbian Stereotypes and Archetypes,” (workshop) Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME. 2005 “Lesbian Theatre Workshop,” GSA Day, Brunswick High School, Brunswick, ME. 2005 “When Sex Is Not the Metaphor for Intimacy” (workshop) and co-leader of Andrea Dworkin Memorial, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2005 Playwriting Workshop, Stonecoast Writing Program, Univ. of Southern Maine, Portland. 2005 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Dragon Farm Gathering, Rockland, ME. 2005 “Bringing Lesbian History to Life,” and Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter and playwriting panel, Saints and Sinners National Gay and Lesbian Writers’ Conference, New Orleans. 2005 “Writing the Historical Monologue,” (workshop), University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg. 2005 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, A.P.E., Northampton, MA. 2005 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Gulfport Womyn’s Festival, Camp Sisterspirit, Ovett, MI. 2005 “Ugly Ducklings:: How I Came to Write a Play Where the Lesbian Doesn’t Kill Herself,” (paper for a panel), New England Women’s Studies Conference, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. 2005“Surviving the Dominant Culture: A Radical Workshop” combined with “Take Back the Stage: A Performance and Workshop on Non-Traditional Roles for Women,” Colby College, Waterville, ME. 2005 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of Maine at Orono. 2005 Artist-in-Residence, The Resort on Carefree Boulevard, N. Ft. Meyers, FL. 2005 “Changing the Channel on Violence Against Women,” SUNY Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY. 2004 “Women’s Theatre Retreat,” Damas Gracias Center, Gilboa, NY. 2004 Director’s Forum, St. Lawrence Performing Arts Center, Portland, ME 2004 Reading, The Spindle, (talk-back), Messenger Theatre,HERE Performance Space, NYC. 2004 Reading, Thanatron, (talk-back), Pen and Brush Club, NYC. 2004 “Paradigms and Performance,” Miami Dade College, Miami, FL. 21

2004 Cookin’ With Typhoid Mary, (talk-back) Maine Women Writers Collection’s “Women, Health, and Representation” Conference, University of New England, Westbrook, ME. 2004 “Monologues and Scenes,” Venus Theatre, Washington, DC. 2004 “Monologue and Scene Performance Intensive,” Michigan Women’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2003 Reception for playwright, sponsored by Venus Theatre, Warehouse Theatre Café, Washington, DC. 2003 Lecture on Thanatron, University of Connecticut at Stamford. 2003 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, GLBT Community Center/ Chatham College, Pittsburgh. 2003 “Lizzie Borden and Bridget Sullivan: Hidden in Plain View” (paper) Humanities and Law Conference, University of New England, Portland. 2003 “Lesbian Feminism: Paradigms and Paradigm-Shifting,” (lecture) and reading of Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist, University of Connecticut, Stamford. 2003 Ugly Ducklings, reading, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Bangor, ME. 2003 “Monologues and Scenes,” In Other Words Bookstore, Portland, OR. 2003 “Monologues and Scenes,” Mother Kali’s Books, Eugene, OR. 2003 Monologues, Kingsley Center for Girls, Arcadia, FL. 2003 “Lesbians and Theatre: The Case of the Missing Paradigm,” Bates College, Lewiston, ME. 2003 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, lesbian scene workshop, Resort on Carefree Boulevard, N. Ft. Meyers, FL. 2003 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, “Lizzie Borden and Lesbian Theatre: Axes to Grind,” University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. 2003 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. 2002 The Rules of the Playground, (reading), Maine Women’s Studies Consortium Conference, Portland, ME. 2002 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2002 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, L. Inc. (lesbian organization), Cork, Ireland. 2002 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, St. John’s Cultural Center, Limerick, Republic of Ireland. 2002 Louisa May Incest, Actors Conservatory Theatre, Portland, ME. 2002 Louisa May Incest, Maine Association of Community Theatres Festival, Rockland, ME. 2002 “Case of the Missing Archetype,” University of Southern Maine Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Portland. 2002 Lecture on The Vagina Monologues, University of Maine at Augusta, Augusta, ME. 22

2002 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. 2002 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Hollins University, Lynchburg, VA.. 2002 Louisa May Incest, Battered on Broadway (reading), “When Sex Is Not the Metaphor for Intimacy,” (lecture) National Women’s Music Festival, Muncie, IN. 2001 Monologues, Alix Dobkin/Trish Williams Concert, Worchester, MA. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, “Case of the Missing Lesbian Archetype” University of Connecticut, Storrs. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, St. Cloud College, MN. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of New England, Portland, ME. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, National Women’s Studies Association, Minneapolis. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Bailiwick Theatre, Chicago. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Women’s Week, Provincetown, MA. 2001 “Lizzie Borden and Lesbian Theatre: Axes to Grind,” State University of New York at Geneseo, Geneseo, NY. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Sappho in Love, (staged reading) Moondance International Women’s Film Festival, Boulder, CO. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Thanatron (reading) National Women’s Music Festival, Muncie, IN. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, “Non-Traditional Roles for Women,” Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA. 2001 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, and “Lizzie Borden and Lesbian Theatre: Axes to Grind,” University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT. 2001 “When Sex Is Not the Metaphor for Intimacy,” Bloodroot, Bridgeport, CT. 2000 “Writing Lesbian History: Outing the Dead or Owning Our Own?” Women’s Private Writing/Writing Women’s History Conference, Univ. of New England, Portland, ME. 2000 “Sacred Theatre: Rehearsing the Vision,” (workshop), Feminist Spiritual Community Twentieth Anniversary Retreat, Naples, ME. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, and Transgender Panel, LGBT PreConference, Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Capitol Hill Performing Arts Center, Washington, DC. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC. 2000 Author’s reception and book-signing, Backstage Books, Washington, DC. 2000 “Evening of Scenes and Monologues,” Gulf of Maine Books, Brunswick, ME. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Resort on Carefree Boulevard, Ft.Myers, FL. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Womyn’s Energy Bank, St. Petersburg, FL. 23

2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Unitarian Universalist Church, Madison, WI 2000 “When Sex is Not a Metaphor for Intimacy,” Annual Wartmann Gay/Lesbian Lecture Series, Unitarian Universalist Church, Madison, WI. 2000 “Evening of Scenes and Monologues,” Room of Her Own, Madison, WI. 2000 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, State Univ. of New York, Cortland, NY. 1999 Artemisia and Hildegard (staged reading), Maine Women’s Studies Conference, Augusta, ME 1999 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, “Dykes on Stage: Curtains for Patriarchy,” Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. 1999 “Non-Traditional Roles for Women,” Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA. 1999 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Colorado College, Colo. Springs, CO. 1999 “Evening of Scenes and Monologues,” Bluestocking Books, NYC. 1999 “Evening of Scenes and Monologues,” A Different Light Bookstores, NYC. 1999 Artemisia and Hildegard, “An Evening of Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors,” Lesbian Theatre Workshop, Nat’l. Women’s Music Festival, Muncie, IN. 1999 Artemisia and Hildegard, Thanatron (reading), Campfest, Oxford, PA. 1999 The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA 1999 “Dykes on Stage: Curtains for Patriarchy,” Alliance for Sexual Diversity, University of Southern Maine, Portland. 1999 “Muzzling the Muse” (panelist), Outwrite National Gay and Lesbian Writers’ Conference, Boston. 1999 “Perpetrating Performance: Trauma on the Stage,” (panel), Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Toronto. 1999 “Pedagogically Queer,” (panel), Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Toronto. 1998 “Tara and Other Lies,” Maine Women’s Studies Conference, Farmington, ME. 1998 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, The Matilda Joslyn Gage Centennial Conference, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI. 1998 “Lizzie Borden and Lesbian Theatre: Axes to Grind,” Washington College, Chesterton, MD. 1998 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Campfest, Oxford, PA. THEATRE/ FILM COMPETITIONS 2012 The Spindle, National Finalist, Women’s Work Festival, Pride Films and Plays Competition, Chicago. 2011 The Ladies’ Room, National Finalist, Heidemann Award, National 10-Minute Contest, Actors Theatre of Louisville. 2011 Stigmata, Winner, Maine Literary Award, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. 24

2009 Babe: An Olympian Musical, named as ne of the ten most noteworthy lesbian plays in the US, Curve Magazine, San Francisco. 2009 The Goddess Tour, Maine Playwrights Festival, Acorn Productions, ME. 2007 The Poorly-Written Play Festival, Maine Literary Award in Drama, Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. 2006 “Ugly Ducklings: The Documentary,” dir. by Fawn Yacker, Frameline Int’l. Film Festival, San Francisco. 2006 The Poorly-Written Play Festival, Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival. 2005 Entr’acte, Third-place Winner, Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation One-Act Competition, Hollywood, CA. 2005 The Pele Chant, national semi-finalist for the Eileen Heckart Senior Drama Competition, Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus. 2004 Ugly Ducklings, nominated for American Theatre Critics/Steinberg Award. (Best new play of the year produced outside New York) 2004 Ugly Ducklings, National Lesbian Theatre Award, Curve Magazine, Los Angeles. 2004 The Poorly-Written Play Festival, National Finalist, George P. Kernodle OneAct Play Competition, University of Arkansas. 2004 The Spindle, National Finalist, John Gassner New Play Festival, Stony Brook Univ., NY. 2004 The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, National Finalist, Jane Chambers Award, Association for Theatre in Higher Education. 2003 Thanatron, “Best Productions of 2003,” Portland Phoenix, Portland, ME. 2003 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Winner, Boston Theatre Slam, Another Country Productions, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Boston. 2003 “No Dobermans Allowed: A Separatist Manifesto,” National Semi-finalist Manifesto Competition, The Playwrights Center, Minneapolis. 2003 The Spindle, Semi-Finalist Mill Mountain New Play Competition, Roanoke, VA 2002 The Pele Chant, national semi-finalist, Association for Theatre in Higher Education One-Act Play Competition, San Diego, CA. 2001 The Parmachene Belle, Finalist, Maine Playwrights’ Festival, Portland, ME. 2001 Sappho in Love, Winner Best Stageplay, Moondance International Women’s Film Festival, Boulder, CO. 1998 Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist, National Winner, Off-Off Broadway Original Short Play Festival, produced by Samuel French, NYC. EXPERIENCE: TEACHING

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2004 Instructor, Playwriting and Lesbian Poetry, Univ. of Southern Maine Continuing Eduction Program, Portland, ME. 1999-2011 Touring lecturer, workshop presenter, resident theatre artist to colleges and universities. (See “Public Lectures and Appearances”) 1998-9 Visiting Professor, Directing, Organizing Community-Based Theatre, Bates College, Lewiston, ME. 1999 Adjunct Professor, Interactive Survey of Theatre, Univ. of Southern Maine, Gorham. 1998 Adjunct Professor, Intro to Theatre Arts, Play Analysis, and Intro to Women’s Studies, University of Southern Maine. EXPERIENCE: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR/ FOUNDER 2001-2013 Founder and Director, Cauldron & Labrys Productions, Portland, ME. 1992-93 Director and Resident Playwright, League of Lesbian Actors, Santa Rosa, CA. 1989-91 Founder and Artistic Director, NTM Productions, Ashland, OR. 1986 Founder and Artistic Director, Barclay Theatre, Oregon City, OR. 1985 Founder and Artistic Director, Maude Kerns Art Theatre, Eugene, OR. EXPERIENCE: RECENT DIRECTING 2012 The Greatest Actress Who Ever Lived, MeACT Festival, Lucid Stage, Portland, ME. 2011 Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist, (staged reading) Lucid Stage, Portland, ME. 2011 The Greatest Actress Who Ever Lived, Lucid Stage fundraiser, Portland, ME. 2011 Speak Fully The One Awful Word (staged reading), Harriet Beecher Stowe Conference, Brunswick, ME. 2010 Brett Remembers (staged reading), Wurlitzer Foundation, Taos, NM. 2009 The Ladies’ Room (reading), Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Hart, MI. 2008 Babe: An Olympian Musical (concert/reading), Arizona Women’s Theatre Company in Scottsdale, and Theatre Unbound, Minnneapolis. 2008 The Countess and the Lesbians, Center for Ethics in Action and St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland, ME. 2007 The Rules of the Playground, Center for Ethics in Action, “Evening of Women’s Anti-War Plays, Portland. 2006 Entr’acte, The Obligatory Scene, and Bite My Thumb (reading), Cauldron & Labrys Production at Space Gallery, Portland, ME. 2006, 2010 The Parmachene Belle, Cauldron & Labrys, Portland, ME. 2005 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Cauldron & Labrys, Portland, ME. 2004 Artemisia and Hildegard (co-director), Cauldron & Labrys, Portland, ME. 26

2003 Thanatron, Cauldron & Labrys Productions, Portland, ME. 2002 Cowboy Morning by Ksenija Dragunskaya, From Away Festival, Portland Stage Company, Portland, ME. 2002 The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, Cauldron & Labrys Productions, Portland, ME. 2002 Louisa May Incest, Cauldron & Labrys Productions, Portland, ME. 1999 Harriet Tubman Visits a Therapist (staged reading), Bates College, Lewiston, ME. 1999 Artemisia and Hildegard, National Women’s Music Festival, Muncie, IN. EXPERIENCE: RECENT PERFORMANCE 2011 Lace Curtain Irish, (reading) Maine Association for Community Theatres One-Act Festival, Auburn. 2009 The Parmachene Belle (UU Church, Biddeford, ME; Maine Assoc. of Community Theatres Conference, Auburn; We Are One, Durham, NC; Black Hills Pride, SD; UU Church, Brewster, MA; Lord Leebrick Theatre, Eugene, OR.) 2008-2010 Gage on Stage, TOSOS II, NYC and Venus Productions, Laurel, MD; Univ. of CT, Stamford. 2008 The Parmachene Belle, Resort on Carefree Boulevard, Ft. Myers, FL. 2008 “An Evening of Dyke Drama with Carolyn Gage,” North Star Café, Portland, ME. 2007 Guest Artist, The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival, Ireland. 2006 The Parmachene Belle, National Women’s Music Festival, Indiana. 2005-10 Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter (Ft. Myers, FL, New Orleans, Hattiesburg, MI, Rockland and Portland, ME, New York City, Rapid City, SD; Eugene, OR; Portland, ME) 1989-2011 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc (Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago, Indianapolis, Santa Rosa, Mendocino, Minneapolis, Madison, Kalamazoo, Colorado Springs, Northern Ireland, etc.) 2002 Louisa May Incest, Portland and Rockland, ME. and Indianapolis. 1999 Artemisia and Hildegard, Oxford, PA and Muncie, IN. PLAYS: ONE-ACTS The A-Mazing Yamashita and the Goldiggers of 2011 Artemisia and Hildegard Battered on Broadway Bite My Thumb Black Eye The Boundary Trial of John Proctor 27

Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter Cookin’ With Typhoid Mary The Countess and the Lesbians The Drum Lesson Entr’acte The Evil That Men Do: The Story of Thalidomide The Gage and Mr. Comstock The Greatest Actress Who Ever Lived Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist Hermeneutic Circlejerk Heterosexuals Anonymous Jane Addams and the Devil Baby A Labor Play Lace Curtain Irish The Ladies’ Room Little Sister Louisa May Incest Mason-Dixon The Obligatory Scene The P.E. Teacher The Parmachene Belle Patricide: A Play in One Minute The Pele Chant The Play-reading Committee The Poorly-Written Play Festival Radicals The Rules of the Playground Souvenirs from Eden Stage Left ‘Til the Fat Lady Sings PLAYS: FULL-LENGTH The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women Coming About Esther and Vashti The Goddess Tour Sappho in Love The Spindle Stigmata Thanatron 28

Ugly Ducklings PLAYS: ONE-WOMAN SHOWS The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman The Second Coming of Joan of Arc PLAYS: MUSICALS The Amazon All-Stars Babe How to Write a Country-Western Song Leading Ladies Women on the Land PLAYS: ADAPTATIONS Amy Lowell: In Her Own Words La Bâtarde: The Life of Violette Leduc Brett Remembers Deep Haven Emily & Sue: A Love Story in 5 Scenes and 4 Seizures I Came To Show You Death: Scenes on Lesbians and Dying by 19th-Century, New England, Women Writers The Opoponax (adaptation of three novels of Monique Wittig for performance) Rachel and Dorothy Speak Fully the One Awful Word (adaptation of Lady Byron’s Vindication) Vita and Violet We Too Are Drifting (screenplay) NOVELLAS AND PAMPHLETS 13 Propositions for Rewiring the Lesbian Brain Birth of a Lesbian: A Science Fiction Autobiography The Gaia Papers: In Search of a Science of Gaia UNPUBLISHED BOOKS AND NOVELLAS The Godmothers Kaytie’s Guardian Terms of the Will 29

Thumbing: A Memoir LANGUAGES French—reading knowledge. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS The Dramatists Guild Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance Maine Association of Community Theaters (2012 Secretary) 2000-2008 International Center for Women Playwrights (2007-8, Chair, Diversity Task Force and Diversity Liaison) PERSONAL INFORMATION Born 14 March 1952, Richmond, Virginia REFERENCES Kate Greene Prof. of Political Science University of Southern Misssissippi Hattiesburg, MI kate.greene@usm.edu Rebecca Nesvet Field Chair, Creative Writing School of Humanities University of Gloucestershire Park Campus, The Park, Cheltenham GL52 6AA UNITED KINGDOM +44(0)1242.523433 Work phone: +44 (0)1242 523433 Work e-mail: rnesvet@glos.ac.uk Permanent e-mail: upstart_crow2@yahoo.com

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