"The Importance of Being Oscar" is literate, funny, interesting, and lively. Author Brandie June deftly uses several of Wilde's best bon mots, and throws in a few of her own. It still has some rough edges, but in brief compass, it explores the many difficulties — and discovers the real importance — of being Oscar. It seems clear that this story wants to grow into a full-length work. I can't wait to see what June does with it.