Call for entries for ‘Montana Monologues’

The Montana Playwrights Network is looking for creative works to showcase in performance and eventual publication. Selected unpublished, original short stories, dramatic monologues, memoirs, poetry and more are to be performed at the first “Montana Playwrights Conference” scheduled for Nov. 2 and 3, at Helena College in Helena, Montana. The Conference is offered through a partnership among MPN, the Helena College Foundation and the HC Continuing Education department, and is sponsored by Humanities Montana and local businesses. For complete guidelines, visit our website at:

The Montana Playwrights Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in Montana. MPN was formed to provide a forum focusing on story as expressed through a variety of formats, including but not limited to playwriting, storytelling, poetry, history, non-fiction, essays, memoirs and interpersonal communication. MPN looks to connect with writers, storytellers, teachers, theatre companies, libraries, book clubs and businesses that are interested in story as integral to company cultures.

In short, the Montana Playwrights Network is for people to connect with each other through the important medium of story. After all, everything in our lives involves stories of what we do, what we think, and what we feel, and what it may mean to others. MPN offers workshops and gatherings for the public throughout Montana, and is putting together the first Montana Playwrights Conference at Helena College on Nov. 2 and 3. For more information about the conference and the organization, check out the website: 


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