Don’t Call it a Comeback

After taking many years off from writing due to an extremely painful divorce, my creative juices have once again begun to flow. I will continually be adding more work to the shorts page. I have over 80 available so if you want to read more than what I posted, just reach out. Thanks for visiting!


Memories made top 15% in Nicholl Fellowship

Made it to the top 15%, 1,016 scripts out of 7442. Ehh. Guess it’s better than not making it.

This is the 2nd to last contest Memories is entered into. Results for the last one should be announce sometime in August then I’m retiring this one from the contest circuit. It turned out to be a decent writing sample which at this point in my screenwriting “career” (I use that term loosely), is pretty much what I’m looking for.

New review and new short added

New review added: “Shootin’ the Shorts” reviewed the first screenplay I ever wrote, “Waterfall”. I wrote it back in 2002, did a rewrite to clean it up some years later. This is an American tale, many of us will be able to relate to … in the end. 🙂 Click here to read the 3 pager, “Waterfall“.  Click here for the Review of Waterfall.

New short added: The Apple Story“, my second round entry for the 48 hour/2014 NYCMM Short Screenplay Challenge. My group was assigned GENRE: Action/Adventure — LOCATION: an apple orchard — OBJECT: an air mattress

My first round entry really bombed, although I really liked it. As a result of that low score, I have no chance to move forward to round 3 but figured I write a 2nd rounder anyway. Elements of adventure, horror and fantasy in this one. I’m on the fence about it. Curious if anyone likes it. 

UPDATE: The Apple Story ended up placing. I guess it was pretty good. 🙂

2 New Shorts Added…

Nathan Green –  a 14 page horror written for Simply Scripts October 2014 “OWC” One Week Challenge.

LOGLINE: When a woman struggling to deal with her recent separation buys a jacket from a thrift store, she inadvertently lets another bad man into her life.

The Creation of Oz a 5 page historic fiction family film written for the first round of NYCMM’s 2014 Screenwriter’s Challenge.

LOGLINE:  (period piece 1865) – When a deadly tornado threatens his aunt’s farm, an imaginative boy entertains his family with a fantastical story while they ride out the storm in the cramped quarters of an underground shelter.