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Listen-to-Your-Mother-Promo-2016Family News!
Our La Crosse co-director/producer Molly Hilligoss welcomed a baby boy this week, arriving at 8lbs 2oz, 19 3/4 inches! Congratulations to the whole family!

Chicago alum Hyacynth Worth and her husband John are rejoicing over the the finalizing of their adoption of daughters Gabriella and Marina, making them now a family of six!

Publishing/Entertainment News!
V.C. Chickering, North Jersey alum, has a debut novel coming out February 23rd entitled, Nookietown (St. Martin’s Press). The bidding war to option her book for television was won by Warner Bros. TV and Kirkus gave it the following review: “With vivid characters, quick dialogue, and over-the-top situations, Chickering’s debut novel alternates between moments of true hilarity and deep introspection.”

Michelle Cruz Gonzales, San Francisco alum and LTYM book contributor, has her memoir The Spitboy Rule: Tales of a Xicana in a Female Punk Band debut in April on PM Press.

Raleigh-Durham co-director/producer KeAnne Hoeg's expertise in her field led to a quote in the trade magazine First In Flight!

Southeast Texas alum, novelist Pamela Fagan Hutchins is celebrating the release of her latest book with a giveaway of e-books for all 7 of her prior award-winning books. Join her thunderclap campaign to find out more.

Austin alum Max Langert and Ava Love Hanna wrote and performed commissioned shows as a part of FronteraFest, five weeks of alternative, offbeat, new, and just plain off-the-wall fringe theatre.

Sourcebooks is publishing Mel C. Miskimen's new memoir: Sit. Stay. Heal, A heartwarming story of loss, hope and healing with an underachieving labrador. Available September 2016.

Austin alum Nettie Reynolds had her first play produced summer 2013 as part of the Out of Bounds script works program. She produced and performed in "Fifty Shades Of Neutral" one woman show Fall 2013. She’s also writing a memoir, "Here are the Things I forgot To Tell You”

Austin alum and new San Antonio director/producer Jill Robbins was published in Mothering Through the Darkness (a Her Stories Project-- co-edited by our Boulder production team member Stephanie Sprenger and featuring several of our local director/producers and alum) in November 2015.

Northwest Indiana alum Carrie Steinweg is publishing her second children's book, Into the Night, a collaboration with illustrator Michelle Krisik Brown. It's Steingweg's sixth book!

Music News!
DC alum Kiran Kairab released an indie rock CD! Check it out here.

Boulder production team member Katie Wise is also producing an album of music from her kirtans through an indiegogo campaign- BHAKTIGOGO (