My short play Housekeeping is now officially out in the journal Rip Rap, a publication of California State University Long Beach's creative writing program.
Housekeeping tells the story of a businessman who gets more than he bargained for after he admits a woman into his hotel room for housekeeping. It was originally written for a fundraiser for the Abingdon Theatre Company, and received its premiere by Aching Dogs Theatre in 2011.
Rip Rap is available in a print edition, but you can read the journal digitally here. In addition to Housekeeping, the journal also has the short plays Adrift by Andrew G. Cooper, Silver Linings by Mark Sherstinsky, Dear Crossing by Lisa Kimball, and Sam's Lament by Robert Wray.
Thanks to Adam Largaespada and Leticia Valente for editing the collection, and Julia Edith Rios for serving as the play editor.