Plays, Volume I. by Lynn Veach Sadler

Plays, Volume I.
Plays, Volume I.
BRUSSELS - Aug. 13, 2018 - PRLog -- Writer/Editor Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler, (former) college president, Distinguished Woman of North Carolina, National Women's Hall of Fame member, and Central Region Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet (2013-2015), has published widely in academics and in creative writing. She has published 5 books and 72 articles and edited 23 books/proceedings and 3 national journals and published 3 newspaper columns (1 now). In creative writing, she has 11 poetry chapbooks and 4 full-length collections, 125+ short stories, 4 novels, a novella, 3 short story collections, and 2 nonfiction collections (including Travel and Food in the Global World). One of her 41 plays was commissioned for the First International Robert Frost Symposium. As North Carolina's Central Region Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet 2013-2015, she mentored student and adult poets.

Lynn pioneered/consulted in Computer-Assisted Composition (her coinage), published its first journal, and established what is considered the first microcomputer laboratory for teaching writing. She originated the first academic computing conference in North Carolina, was Visiting Distinguished Scholar in Educational Leadership (U.S. Office of Personnel Management), and directed a National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar for College Teachers ("The Novel of Slave Unrest"). Her awards include teaching, Civil Rights, and Exceptional Service to the History of the State.

The Sadlers have voyaged around the world five times, with Lynn writing all the way.


A collection of eight prized plays. "Sassing the Sphinx" commissioned for the first Robert Frost Symposium 'Celebrating Robert Frost: An International Conference' Winthrop University, 1997. "Women of the Condor" honorable mention as a short story, Twelfth Consecutive New Millennium Writing Awards, 2001. "Lillie Langtry's 'Lash La Rue Sweet Potatoes'" quarter-finalist as a screen play, Lone Star Screenplay Competition, 1997. "Boo Radley and the Village People" honorable mention as a poem, Long Poem Contest, Rhyme Time, 2002. "Ms. Spam Maps of Vegas" winner Florida First Coast Writers' Festival Playwriting Contest, 2006. "Death Nell" winnerTampa Writers Alliance Play/Screenplay Competition, 2005. "Gnat" award Paul Green Multi-Media Award, North Carolina Society of Historians, 1996. "Second-Time-Around" winner Judith Siegel Pearson Award, Wayne State University, 2008.

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