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Murasaki_Ducky from Austin is reading Stardust March 16, 2016 - 11:01am


Does anyone know of a source/site that accepts plays or one acts for publication? Does duotrope have access to these markets?

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bethwenn from Milwaukee is reading The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann March 17, 2016 - 10:08am

I don't, but you could email someone either in the Communications department or the English department of a local university. I'd try both, since Communications usually has the students interested in drama and scriptwriting, and English would have writing intensive majors as well. Find the department heads on the college website. They would be able to either tell you or to point you in the direction of someone who might know. Here's the University of Texas Communications department, and the English department. A good place to start.

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DrWood from Milwaukee, WI, living in Louisiana is reading A different book every 2-5 days. Currently Infinite Jest March 18, 2016 - 7:42pm

duotrope doesn't.

Playscripts publishes scripts, but they have to first be produced by a professional company.

I suggest you submit your plays in competitions.


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Murasaki_Ducky from Austin is reading Stardust March 23, 2016 - 1:36pm

@bethwenn - That is a great idea. I hadn't thought about reaching out to the universities. And thank you for the links and your suggestion!

@DrWood - Thanks for letting me know about Duotrope. I will also take you up on your suggestion to enter competitions.