Z. Sharon Glantz writes and produces plays, writes and publishes books, explores online presentations (www.thesanitypatrol.com) and pursues other creative endeavors. For 10 years, she found success writing and presenting educational full length plays on issues of diversity, sexual harassment, HIV/AIDS and aging as part of the training programs for corporations, educational institutions and government agencies. Past clients include the Washington State Department of Information Services, City of Seattle Parks & Recreation, Puget Sound Power & Light, the Bonneville Power Administration, the University of Washington Executive MBA Program and Washington Mutual Bank. She wrote scripts for the State of Washington Apprentice in the Trades Program orientation video and a laser show on the history of Singapore for the educational system in Singapore a multi-media presentation using a live actor and video on the holocaust for high schools. Stages of Ages: A Manual of Corrective Parenting was in collaboration with Elaine Child-Gowell Ph.D. Pieces from the book were turned into two one-act plays that received best of festival awards at New City Theater in Seattle and The Storefront Theater in Portland. Other plays include: Oxymoronic Fusion, I Gave at the Office and Exercising Belief. She served as program director of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association and founder of the Northwest Playwrights Guild. She founded The Sanity Patrol Press in 2003 and has since published two books: The Sanity Patrol Handbook and The Shpieling Haggadah. Her latest project is designing and publishing Dognostication Cards. They vaguely resemble tarot cards but use dog imagery and draw upon Vedic astrology, alchemy and developmental psychology for readings for self-improvement.