About DSM

David Scott Milton, WriterDavid Scott Milton (born September 15, 1934) is an American author, playwright, screenwriter, and actor. His plays are known for their theatricality, wild humor, and poetic realism, while his novels and films are darker and more naturalistic. As a novelist, he has been compared to Graham Greene, John Steinbeck, and Nelson Algren. Ben Gazzara’s performance in Milton’s play, Duet, received a Tony nomination. Another play, Skin, won the Neil Simon Playwrights Award. His theater piece, Murderers Are My Life, was nominated as best one-man show by the Valley Theater League of Los Angeles. His second novel, Paradise Road, was given the Mark Twain Journal award “for significant contribution to American literature.”

3 Responses to About DSM

  1. Dear David
    I hope this email finds you very well.
    I was hoping that you could help me ! I am working on a documentary about Norman Wexler. Ed Setrakian told me that you had written a play about him. I wondered if you would be open to talking with me. I am based in London and am on 0044207 372 2333 ; my mobile is 0044 7973520474
    I plan to be in California in early November to do some interviews and was praying ( well…not exactly) that you might be prepared to chat to me about your experiences with Norman.
    I so look forward to hearing from you,
    with all my very best wishes Jillian Edelstein

  2. Howdy, Mr. Milton. Hope all is well. It’s been a very long time. Been trying to locate you for a while, so I’m giving in and trying here. I’d love to catch up with you, sir. Do you have an email address I can reach out to? Look forward to hearing from you.

    Take care,

    Dustin M. Thomas

  3. Kathryn says:

    David; Your impressive web site and achievements provide people not only with good reading, but also with examples of an outstanding professional quality presentation. If you teach classes please let us know, your bio doesn’t say where you are from, what you do other than write or how you developed this genres. Stop being a mysterious person ! Please more news about who you are, nothing too personal, but for students interested in developing their writing skills it is never too late to inform them how authors can influence their style and how living a life filled with curiosity develops credible writing skills. Keep up the great work. Kathryn

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