Ppl in a Depot

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Roof Books, 2007 - Drama - 100 pages
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Drama. Flarf. Gary Sullivan's collection of short plays in PPL IN A DEPOT were first intended for the page and/or screen only, but somehow made their way onto the stage in various productions. This collection was first written for and posted to an e-mail listserv founded in 2001, the Flarflist. Some of the plays were created using the results of a variety of different Internet searches, often around similar themes or kinds of phrases. "A gleeful and slightly spavined collection of fast-moving, un-pindownable plays in a nastily wicked vein. How can you not love a play called 'Written in Styrofoam'?"-Mac Wellman. Gary Sullivan writes poetry, criticism, and comics that have appeared in numerous journals, weeklies, and anthologies. His plays have been performed in San Francisco and New York. He is co-founder of the Flarflist Collective.

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Gary Sullivan is a poet, cartoonist, and blogger. His DIY comic, Elsewhere-which he started drawing and writing in 2005- explores biography as an artistic construct. Sullivan lives in Brooklyn with Nada Gordon. Together, they wrote the book Swoon. Sullivan's most recent book is PPL in a Depot.

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