ROBERT LEWIS VAUGHAN was born in Amarillo, Texas. His family moved between Amarillo, other towns in the panhandle, and so many places in Colorado all through his childhood he can’t remember how many schools he went to. At 18 Robert moved to New York City to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and he never looked back. His plays, including Praying for Rain, The Rest of the Night, and Weird Water, among others, have been produced internationally. He is now working on The Panhandle Plays, a series about the Texas Panhandle. Part one, The Saga of Johnny Pardue, is complete. It includes the full length works: A Room That Gets No Sun, Strange Interludes at the Pitchfork, and A Dance in Pandemonium. Robert’s novels, A Normal Kid, and The Puma and the Darkness, are coming soon. The photo to the left is old, but who cares?