Last spring I took a class on play writing. I went into it with no prior experience and wasn't sure what to expect. It focused more on writing actual scenes than full plays, so I wound up writing about ten different works through the course of the semester. I enjoyed the class.
I got a message at the start of the fall semester from the gentleman who taught the class that he was interested in producing one of my scenes, which took me by complete surprise. Tonight, after a few re-writes, I have found out that it will be performed in December. It's part of a review entitled "Democracy Burlesque." The piece itself is entitled "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" and deals with the tropical vacation happenings of a few mythological characters. I don't want to say more because it has a few twists to it, on the off-chance that one of my twelve readers might actually see it!
If I had written a book, I'd be known officially now as a "published author" but I have no idea what this will make me. No matter, it's an exceptional feeling.