The Dramatist. Over 50 published articles relating to the field of playwriting (craft, inspiration, writer’s block, self-production, agenting, etc.), 2007-2016.
Ties That Bind, Verticals and Horizontals, Storm on Storm, Dump, Game On as part of the Boston Theatre Marathon’s Annual Anthology of collected short plays, Smith & Krause, publisher, 2008-2014.
A More Perfect Ten: Writing and Producing the Ten-Minute Play, Focus Publishing, 2008.
The Kennedy Center Presents: The Best Student Plays of 2006, introduction by Neil LaBute. Editor, BackStage Books, March, 2006.
Introduction, Shoes on the Highway, by Maureen Brady Johnson, Heinemann Press, 2006.
Oh, Messiah Me, one-act play included in Curtain Down, an anthology of short plays, June 2006.
The New, Improved Playwright’s Survival Guide: Keeping the Drama in Your Work and Out of Your Life, Heinemann Press, fall 2005.
Monologues for Men by Men, Volumes 1 & 2, co-edited with Michael Wright, Heinemann Press, summer 2003, summer 2002.
New One-Act Plays for Acting Students, edited by Deb Bert and Norman A. Bert, Meriwether Publishing Ltd., 2002. Included in this anthology is Does Anybody Want A Miss Cow Bayou?
Perfect Ten: Writing and Producing the 10-Minute Play, Heinemann Press, fall, 2001.
Playwriting Master Class, The Personality of Process and the Art of Rewriting, Michael Wright, 2000. Chapter Four: Gary Garrison, Cherry Reds.
The Playwright’s Survival Guide: Keeping the Drama in Your Work and Out of Your Life, Heinemann Press, fall 1999.
Gawk, published in A Grand Entrance: Scenes for Mature Actors, Dramatic Publishing Company, Fall, 1999.
When A Diva Dreams, various monologues published in The Best Women’s Monologues, 1997, Smith & Kraus, Inc., August 1998.
We Make A Wall, scenes published in The Best Stage Scenes & The Best Men’s Stage Monologues 1997, Smith & Kraus, Inc., August 1998.
Introduction for Michael Wright’s Playwriting in Process, Heinneman Press, Fall 1997.
When A Diva Dreams -- A Playwright, A Play, The New York Native, October 1996.
Encyclopedia entries on Lanford Wilson, Terrence McNally and Charles Ludlam for
Notable Gays and Lesbians in American Theatre History, University of Michigan Press, 1997.