Glaspell co-founded the first modern American theater company, the Provincetown Players, and was a Pulitzer prize-winning playwright, actress, novelist, and journalist. Though her theater company was a critical success, it didn’t earn enough to pay the bills and Glaspell continued to write and sell her short stories to make ends meet. She is most known for famous play, “Trifles”, adapted from her short story “A Jury of Her Peers”. Glaspell won the Pulitzer Prize for her play, “Alison’s House”. I hope you enjoy “From A to Z” by Susan Glaspell.