Bill Cissna is a Kernersville, North Carolina-based writer and editor.
FREELANCE WRITING: I have written advertising, brochure, magazine and public relations copy since 1974. Today, I write on travel, people profiles and other subjects for a variety of publications and online.
EDITING: In the last few years, I have also edited and proofread several book-length projects for other writers. Contact me if you're interested in editing services on book-length projects.
Up next: a one-night reading of "Reunions," at the Central Library Auditorium, Winston-Salem (Monday, August 25 at 6:30 p.m., free) and at Mack & Mack, 220 S. Elm Street, downtown Greensboro (Tuesday, August 26, 7:30 p.m., $5 at the door). Approx. 2 hrs. with short intermission; read by actors from across the Triad.
Late September - Early October (specific dates to be announced): my short script "Singing a Different Tune" will be part of this year's Vince Mazza ONE/Act Play Festival, Brooklyn, NY.
Most recently: my short play script "Edmund's Ladies" was part of the Evening of Short Plays #30, February 6-9, 2014, Greensboro Cultural Center, Greensboro, N.C.
My new book, Forsyth County, NC Place Names, is available at www.amazon.com in paperback or Kindle versions.
Short play "Crickets" was one of 9 shows in Stage Fright #5, Greensboro Cultural Center, Oct. 31 - Nov. 3, 2013.
Short play "Communication Gap" was part of the Vince Mazza ONE/Act play festival, BrooklynONE Productions, October 11-13, 2013 - and now included in Smith & Kraus Publishing's Best Ten-Minute Plays: 2014.
Short play "Where the Girls Are" was produced at the 29th Evening of Short Plays (Greensboro Cultural Center Studio Theatre, September 26-29, 2013).
Our production of my full-length play All About Faith was done at the CTG Theatre in Greensboro, NC from August 8-11, 2013. Full details here.