David T Douglas

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David T Douglas is an award-winning short story author, playwright, and former President of the Writers Guild of Texas. With a penchant for combining romance and mystery, David often writes of love stories affected (for better or worse) by murder, secrets, or past transgressions. Other frequent hallmarks include surprising twists, ambiguous supernatural components (aka: odd occurrences), and—drawing from his own experiences—a main character who uses a wheelchair. David's most successful work, "The Bruised Banana," has won two awards as a short story, was produced as a two-person play by FUSION Theatre (Albuquerque), and most recently has been rewritten as a one-person play. David's other works include: Railbird, a full-length play which has received readings throughout Dallas–Fort Worth; "Forget Me Not," a short story published in Malice in Dallas; and Purple-Eyed Teddy, a full-length play that David plans rewrite as his debut novel. Most recently, after spending nearly a decade in Texas, David has returned to his home state of Arkansas, where he is settling in but eager to continue writing, and he plans to use Arkansas as the setting for many new stories.