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Lynne Martin

Photograph of Lynne Martin, a white woman ini her 50s with short curly brown hair and brown eyes. She sweating orange rimmed glasses and smiling at the camera

After studying opera, earning 2 degrees in English literature, raising 3 children, living in 4 countries and 8 distinct cultures, and pursuing 6 career paths, Lynne returned to her first love—playwrighting. A finalist in Sarasvàti’s 2019 Bake-Off short play contest, Lynne now studies with Brian Drader at the University of Winnipeg. Her short play “Houses” has received a public staged reading by Little Lion Theatre in London, UK; she’s also written 2 full-length plays and a children’s musical and has several other plays at various stages of development. A member of the Manitoba Association of Playwrights since 2015, Lynne also enjoys membership in the Playwrights Guild of Canada and Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba, and volunteers on the board for the Winnipeg International Writers Festival.

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