Tuesday 13 September 2022

A conversation with Tony Domaille, a contributor to The Best of CafeLit 11


How did you come to write for CafeLit?

I take Writing Magazine every month and saw a call for stories in the Writer’s News section just as the pandemic began. Writing for a new outlet to me was great during those periods of lockdown.

What do you most like about CafeLit?

It’s so varied and eclectic. I can’t think of another ezine or magazine that publishes all genres and provides something new and surprising every day.

What else do you write?

I write mostly for the stage and have a number of award winning full-length, one act, and short dramas and comedies published by Lazy Bee Scripts and other publishers.  I’m lucky enough to have had my work produced in eighteen countries, from USA to Australia, as well as on BBC Radio.

Where can we find more of your work?

I write short stories for Your Cat Magazine and People’s Friend and have also had a number of stories included in multi-author anthologies.  I’ve also published some work on Amazon, including bespoke books for my grandchildren.

Tell us something surprising about you

I was police officer for thirty years, and while people say ‘write what you know’ I hardly ever write about crime!  

Anything else you’d like to say?

People can see the majority of my stage scripts at www.lazybeescripts.co.uk and www.stage-write.com.au and keep up to date with my latest projects on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  And I’m happy to be contacted  via tony.domaille@gmail.com



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