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Self-taught screenwriter. Attended film school. Gravitated towards screenwriting. Worked with produced screenwriters. Worked as a reader. Learned how to write screenplays the proper way. To date I have 40 film festival awards/wins.
I’ve taken a variety of screenplay workshops and worked with four professional editors (three in Los Angeles and one in London with the BBC) to polish my scripts. All of my scripts are award winners in major international contests. Prior to screenwriting I was a secondary English and science teacher then marketed an internationally-recognized science radio program.
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I have an English literature and fine art background, but watching and writing movies is my passion. Having moved to Los Angeles I am closer than ever to the center of the entertainment industry, yet I want to maintain my level of craft while still giving the people what they want. I have written several feature scripts, as well as over a dozen short films, two of which (Mortyfied; The Devil's Rails) have been produced. With a penchant for sci-fi, fantasy, comedy, and thiller I still have a knack for all genres, and platforms as I develop both TV and film.
New York City born and raised. Also playwright, screenwriter, producer. Studied acting with Herbert Berghof. Playwriting with Lonnie Carter. His first play, "One Another" (a love triangle for two players) was staged in a loft theater on 13th Street in Greenwich Village. "A Friend in Need" opened at the Man in the Moon Theatre in London and ran twenty-eight performances. Among his screenplays "Bleecker Street", "Natural Numbers," "A Roy Named Ray," "It Ain't New Yawk," and "An American Journalist" (co-author). Television debut in 1999 in "The West Wing" as Doctor Steven Colson. Lead actor in more than a dozen independent short films including the award winning Outside the Window (2003), the American Film Institute's "Eliot and...
A graduate of UCLA’s screenwriting program, Heidi has been writing steadily since 2003. She started her writing career with her first feature placing as a quarter finalist in the AAA contest through Creative Screenwriting Magazine. From there, she’s written numerous features, treatments, and TV pilots for various independent producers. One of her most recent TV pilots is being packaged by Mar Vista Entertainment while another is in casting with an independent production company. Her novel is looking for a publisher. As a contest judge and feedback expert for contests like Slamdance and the Page Awards, Heidi evaluates up to 400 scripts a year. Seeing writers face the same struggles and make the same mistakes over and over, she knew she could make difference. She and husband Carlo Cavagna founded...
Writer/Director and teacher, Nicholl semifinalist, Austin Screenplay Competition second round, Sundance Script Lab second round submission, and USC grad, produced screenwriter and novelist, Korean born and American raised, writer for Script magazine and writing instructor. Lover of all things film and narrative related, interested in working with and helping filmmakers and producers achieve their goals.
Navy Veteran: 13 years Naval Aviation/Survival/Intelligence. Three combat deployments.From White Plains NY.B/S Psychology. Abdur R. Mohammed is from New York City and currently lives in Virginia Beach, VA. He spent 13 years with the U.S. Navy, serving in F/A-18 fighter squadrons, and travelling the globe where his deep-seated curiosity about mythology and philosophy was further stimulated. Mohammed has degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology. He has published "RIse of Prophecy: The Anuk Chronicles Vol.1"; "Rise of VIllains: The Anuk Chronicles Vol.2" and is completing work on "The Ballad of Persephone, pt 1" The Anuk Chronicles Vol.3" and "The Ballad of Perephone, pt 2: The Anuk Chronicles Vol.4"
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Dashiell Finley is a screenwriter-film journalist-entertainment host-music video director with a fondness for hyphens to match his boundless thirst for creative expression. After graduating from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a B.A. in Film Production, Dashiell moved to persistently sunny Los Angeles to aggressively pursue a career in...everything. He has optioned several screenplays involving talent such as Bruno Barreto (Dona Flor and her Two Husbands), Stanley Weiser (Wall Street), and Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow), interviewed talent and wrote reviews for sites such as Moviepilot and Slate, and produced music videos that have been featured on sites like Spin and XXL. Nevertheless, writing for film and T.V. remains his true love and overriding passion-- along with his girlfriend and his two guinea pigs, Otis...
Jake Thomas is the writer and director of the award-winning original shorts Color Me Full, Leaves, and One on One. Jake has also written and produced the two-part digital documentary Homecoming and assisted story production on the documentary feature Intrepid: The Zac Sunderland Story. He currently works at Warner Bros. and is developing his next feature film projects. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Erin.
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Nick's first feature length screenplay, GIVEN, has won the grand prize in the Sundance Table Read My Screenplay Contest, made the top ten in the Industry Insider Contest, and garnered top 100 honors in the Emerging Screenwriters Competition. Nick is a Los Angeles native, husband, and father of two young boys.
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Jennifer Snow is an award winning writer of over twenty novels with six film projects in development. She writes drama, dark comedy thrillers and romantic comedies. Two of her holiday themed romance screenplays have been optioned and she has completed multiple work-for-hire projects including script rewrites and polishes for several production companies. She has a lot of IP content that she is currently adapting for film as well as original concepts she is developing. She is a member of RWA, ITW and the Writers Guild of Alberta.
CARLOS GUTIERREZ is a highly sought after commercial director who was recently tapped to direct the commercial campaigns for VaporZone E-Cigarettes (that premiered during the SuperBowl), Pine-Sol featuring actress Diane Amos and the Miami Marlins MLB team. Born and raised in Miami, Carlos Gutierrez did his undergraduate studies at Tufts University, where his honors thesis project, a documentary entitled JOURNEY INTO EXILE, garnered numerous awards in the festival circuits, including the NY Independent Film Festival and the World Fest Houston. After Tufts, Carlos was awarded a Graduate Fellowship to New York University’s prestigious Master’s Film Program. During his time at NYU, he won the DGA Student Film Awards as Best Latino Filmmaker for his short film SLEIGHT OF...
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Resume J W Heavey (John) 14 Whitburn Road Bedworth Warwickshire CV12 0LT United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 2476 367524 Mob: +44 (0) 7580 803340 E-mail: jwheavey@outlook.com Profile Versatile writer of comedy, true stories and family animation but with the emphasis on comedy. Whether it’s an outrageous adult comedy or funny family animation, the comedy is always relevant and appropriate. I also have passion for historical true stories from both recent and distant history. Credits “Gargoyles” or "Gargoyles on the Case!" Animation – very funny & family friendly. Official selection of the 2017 “Oaxaca Film Festival” Finalist in the 2016 "Hollywood Screenplay Contest" Finalist in the 2015 "New York Screenplay Contest" Finalist in the 2015 "Beverly Hills Film Festival" Qtr-Finalist 2015...
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I am currently trying to build a live streaming system to broadcast indie movies through. I also run MineEye and Grimney where I assist new writers for free and promote their work. I have written eight screenplays in all. I placed in Screencraft's Horror Competition last year as a Quarterfinalist, and was also a Quarterfinalist in the ScreenCraft Fellowship this year. Plan to do better over the coming months with a new script. Thanks for reading this.
Teng Ky-Gan is an award-winning librettist and playwright based in Kuala Lumpur. He is the only two-time recipient of the Kakiscript Award and has been nominated numerous times for the Cameronian Awards. To date, he has had 5 musicals and 3 plays staged. His hit musical Broken Bridges is known affectionately by fans as 'Malaysia's Most Beloved Musical'. Currently, he is working on a new musical Bukit Merah which will premiere in Singapore and an experimental play called Two Chinese Ants. He has also finished the first draft of a film script called The Sky Below. New York | Manchester | Singapore | Kuala Lumpur
I graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in TV writing and producing, and was fortunate to a write TV project entitled “Explorers” which was lensed in the Bahamas with Buffalo 8 Productions and Matthew Helderman. I have also been writing 2 pilot sitcoms in my free time as well as the sketch packets. I am able to use my skills for being a trivia/event host which i do in the evenings for bars and nightclubs. I enjoy being around and working well with others. Let’s talk soon! Christopher Michaels(847) 707-3073 Christopherandre25@gmail.com
Liam was born in Guildford, England, in 1973. While at school, he was county champion in three field events and swam to a national standard. Having graduated with a degree in sports science, he formed Shooter, a rock band that toured Europe. Liam started writing novels and sports books in 2003, and he has now written or co-written 60 titles, including the non-fiction bestseller The Sledger’s Handbook: How to Deliver the Perfect Cricketing Insult (2006). He has edited more than 40 books, including the Discarded Science series for Hugo-winning author John Grant, and also works as a freelance senior copywriter for The Daily Telegraph. He has written, co-written or edited ten screenplays, seven of which have been optioned or commissioned. The options have since expired so the rights have returned to Liam. In...
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Published playwright "Play Rough" with Samuel FrenchShort films "Blood Debt" and "Devil By the Horns" (both 2015)Webseries showrunner "Wrong Dish" and "Kyle D" (current)Author of numerous novels and instructional manuals
Gina B. LaLonde is currently a Michener Center for Writers screenwriting fellow at the University of Texas at Austin. She will receive her MFA in 2017.Gina is an alumna of Tisch School of the Arts, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production from New York University in 2007, specializing in dramatic writing and producing commercial, narrative and documentary media. Prior to NYU, Gina studied creative writing at Eugene Lang College, The New School University, and film theory and criticism at Barnard College, Columbia University.Gina has had the opportunity to intern at such companies as SMUGGLER Productions, where she wrote treatments and produced commercial media, Content Film, where she read and wrote script coverage in the development department, and at United Artists/ MGM, where...
Lisa Gold has written award-winning screenplays; she has also written and/or directed and produced six award-winning short films. Lisa's feature screenplay THE POKER WARS was a Finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Competition. THE POKER WARS, a drama, also won the CineStory Screenwriting Awards. Lisa has written four feature length screenplays; her sci-fi feature FOREGLOW was a Nicholl Quarterfinalist; her family action/adventure script THE SECRET OF SHANGRI-LA won the 2017 Grand Jury Prize for the Nashville Film Festival Screenplay Competition. That feature script was also a Finalist in the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards and a Nicholl Fellowships Quarterfinalist. She is developing THE SECRET OF SHANGRI-LA into a children's novel. Lisa's TV pilot BONDAGE, was a Finalist in the CineStory...
As a film and television composer I have worked for George Lucas, Jerry Bruckheimer, Ron Howard, Jim Brooks, and Chris Nolan. I scored Siren, Cold Case, Star Wars Detours, and many films as support composer for Hans Zimmer and Cliff Martinez.As a writer, I have had two Nicholl semi-finalists and a quarter-finalist, have had a film and a television show optioned. I was also a Governor of the Television Academy for five years.
I live, eat, and breathe all things film and television. When in the middle of a serious project I tend to watch 5-7 films a week in order to prepare and get into the mindset of a specific genre and better understand how different writers and directors work. I'm an avid fan of a good film or television trailer, not necessarily because of the medium, but because a well made trailer is an art form in itself and can be the difference between gaining or losing an audience. When left to my own devices I've found that I have incredibly strong storytelling instincts, something which has taken years to hone and understand. This confidence, when matched with my ambition as a storyteller, makes me feel more than prepared to take on any project. Feel free to visit my site or find me on the Blacklist, where you can read my work...
I'm an Independent Film Producer, Video Editor and aspiring screenwritier from New York City. My first Independent Film 'Ekaj,' which I co-produced and edited, went on to screen at 65 Film Festivals worldwide. During it's Festival run in the years of 2016 to 2018, the film garnered 29 awards along with several nominations. The film was officially released online in 2017 and is currently signed with the Los Angeles distributor, "Indie Rights."
Laura Woodworth – Writer-Producer-Director Based in Los Angeles, Laura is an award winning screenwriter and producer and a rising director with over a decade of production experience in film, television and new media. Her first independent film project, a short film titled IN TUNE is winner of Most Inspirational Film (ICFF) and Best Original Music (CMA) and gained 11 nominations in just four film festivals as an official selection. Written, co-produced and directed by the female hyphenate, the film is distributed by CanZion Films and Amazon Prime, accompanied with a YouVersion Devotional “Exploring the Father’s Love” in Spanish and English increasing the film’s reach to over 500 million worldwide. Other ancillary products include a group study guide, “Made for the Ocean”...
Don Ternyila is a Computer Scientist turned screenwriter.
Screenwriter from Louisville, Ky. Retired from the United States Army with BBA in Business Administration from Northwood University.
Jeff York was named one of the International Screenwriters Association's Top 25 Screenwriters to Watch in 2018. He has written 11 movie screenplays, two TV show treatments/pilots and two plays. His works have figured in the finals of 66 screenwriting contests and counting. He's been a Screencraft Fellowship finalist twice. And Jeff currently has two scripts, INCURABLE and PLAY DIRTY, that are being considered for purchase by an independent film company. Jeff is also working with an independent producer to develop a script based on the life of silent film comedian Harold Lloyd. After 20 years in advertising, running a couple of creative departments, and winning almost every industry award, Jeff took his lifelong love of going to the movies and decided to take a crack at writing a screenplay. It was a character-driven...
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Ilia is a comic book writer with a passion for TV and film writing. He has written several comic book series (Masks, Farewell), TV spec scripts, and is developing an original pilot and an aninmated series. He was born in Russia, went to school in England, and got his degree in Creative Writing in Entertainment in the US. He is currently residing in Los Angeles, CA.
Ann Simon's BLACK FUNERAL wins BRONZE AWARD in the 2015 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest for Stage Play Category. This is the third award for BLACK FUNERAL since 2014. Simon is a former teacher, published in short horror and sci-fi, the essay, the review, the mid-grade mystery, and the mid-grade fantasy novella. She's garnered a quarter semifinalist entry in L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Contest, honorable mentions in the Writer's Digest Writing Competition and the Dark Dixie Writing Contest, and picked up second place in Feo Amante's Jobs in Hell Contest, 2000. Sometimes Ann calls ravens to roost in writing classes, or breathes fire into fairytales for a flutter of goslings. The Birdman she wishes to share THE STORY with no longer walks among mortals. His name is Grandpa John--the...
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Born in La Jolla, California, did social column reporting during high school and started writing fiction. Majored in anthropology and spent most of my post-college years teaching, including mythology and folklore courses. My fiction writing resulted in the publication of my novel, The Marriage Season, set in India. Have always been interested in environmental issues and turned to writing screenplays with environmental themes -- The Venus Syndrome winning some screenplay contests.
Michael lectures on writing at Georgetown University, leads seminars on professional writing around the world, and is co-author of the new book, The Molecule of More (BenBella 2018). In 2018, Michael was a winner of the Neil LaBute New Theater Festival for his play The Gettier Problem and winner of the Truth Be Told Screenwriting Competition for his screenplay Henry Wallace. Previously he was a grand-prize finalist in screenwriting at Slamdance.
Russ Lindway has written full-time free-lance for a living since 1998, but screenwriting is a relatively new passion for him. His first four completed screenplays, CRUSHING, THE SORROW VEIL, HUSH THE SHADOWS and most recently NEON SUNDOWN, have all placed high in multiple international screenplay competitions. Lindway’s psychological thriller THE SORROW VEIL has placed high in eleven different competitions. It achieved a First-Place win in the 2015 Creative World Awards’ "All Drama/Family" category and a top-15% finish in the Academy Nicholl Fellowships competition in 2016. VEIL was also a top-1% Semifinalist in the 2015 Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition’s Drama category as well as a Final-5 Finalist in the AAF’s Enderby Entertainment Award category for films that can be...
Jennifer grew up on the east coast in a small New England town and entereed the entertainment business as an actor. She lived and worked in New York City for ten years before moving to Los Angeles. She started writing while on the Broadway National Tour of PROOF, by David Auburn, directed by Daniel Sullivan. Being on the road for almost a year, understudying two female lead roles, she discovered writing to be a fantastic outlet! Her first script, which is set in her childhood hometown, is now in development. Her follow up script MONSTER was a finalist in two screenwriting festivals. MONSTER is based on the true life events of her mother. She has just completed her latest feature screenplay, a supernatural drama titled TALKING OUT LOUD. Jennifer lives in Los Angeles with her actor husband Jeffrey Nicholas Brown, son...
Sam Kench is an internationally awarded screenwriter and filmmaker. His writing and film work has been featured and awarded by festivals and competitions all over the world. Many of his screenplays have go on to be produced as award winning final products. He has a catalogue of completed unproduced work including feature and short screenplays as well as television pilots. In the realm of prose writing, he is a published author and novelist. Sam is currently accepting writing assignments and seeking representation.
A Writer who has made his living as a Director and Cinematographer www.jimmymatlosz.com Jimmy has completed 4 screenplays 'Life on Earth' www.lifeonearththemovie.com, 'Friendly Ghosts', 'The Smith's' and 'Lycanthropy'. He is actively assembling pitch decks for both films and seeking management for writing and directing. Jimmy has written for ICG magazine, HDvideoPro, InCinematographer, as well as being a contributing writer to the Visual Effects Society Handbook Jimmy seeks honesty! He likes making projects believable and accessible to the masses, no matter how outrageous or ungrounded. What he seeks is a common ground where the audience is immersed and the impossible becomes possible...PLAUSIBLE. Jimmy came from a grass roots background, the school of hard knocks, where hard work pays off and you feel the...
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Katherine Griffin is an Emmy Award winning editor-writer-director from Bloomington, Indiana. She is currently writing STARDUST with acclaimed film director Alfonso Arau. She is the Co-Producer of the feature documentary of LADDIE: THE MAN BEHIND THE MOVIES. Her screenplays have been semi-finalists in the Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship, Zoetrope Screenplay Competition, Page Screenwriting Awards and Tracking Board Screenplay Competition. Her spirited adventure living in her car while making her first indie feature The Innocents was profiled in the Los Angeles Times. The Innocents was subsequently listed as one of the twenty best dramas in Phil Hall's 'Encyclopedia of Underground Movies: Films from the Fringes of Cinema'. In a review for Film Threat Magazine, Hall stated: "Griffin has a remarkable style, with...
Roberta Hlahulek has 25 years of marketing experience and has just written her first novellette Victim For Life You Are Mine. She is active in creating her own crime genre synchronized crime. Her words will not be silenced.
Dallas Gibson was born in Pueblo, Colorado in 1982, but moved to the Texas Panhandle at a young age. He was raised in the tiny Texas town of Darrouzett, a stone's throw from Oklahoma. After graduating high school in Follett, Texas he remained in the Panhandle region until 2011 when he moved to the DFW area, where he currently resides with his wife and two children. He began screenwriting in 2016 and has had his work recognized around the world, from as far away as Scotland to just down the road in Austin, Texas. His feature script HELL FOLLOWED WITH HIM has garnered him several accolades including a fifth place finish at the Colorado International Film Festival, an award nomination at the Austin Revolution Film Festival, a win in the Thriller category at the Olympus Film Festival and a win in the Thriller category at...
Megan Williams writes on themes of unity, and the evolution and growth of people and society. She brings those themes through character-driven drama features. Megan was raised on a cane farm in North Queensland and her love for land and nature resonates through her work. She lives in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and writing partner, Joe Newkirk and their two children.
I co-wrote the story and helmed the screenplay for the Canadian independent feature AFREEN (Media Factory International), an ISIS-themed terrorism drama shot in Toronto in summer 2017 and currently garnering numerous awards on the international festival circuit. I and am a co-writer and executive producer of an upcoming indie horror trilogy titled BLACK MAGIC (Strange Weather Pictures), to be shot in Louisiana.
I wish to apply for the above position. In 2012 I graduated from Bucks New University with a 2.1 in Film and TV Production. Whilst there I learned a broad spectrum of production skills including script-writing, editing, lighting, sound, storyboarding, animations, directing and camerawork. I worked very closely with actors, musicians, journalists and all forms of technical crew. This involved using Panasonic P2 cameras, Avid, Final Cut and After Effects, using radio mics, booms, Celtx for script writing and Adobe Flash. I have written three movie scripts, a TV comedy series, many short film scripts and two animations. I have worked as a runner on a low budget feature film and four of my short films have been produced all with different directors and crew, the most recent one I directed myself. Additionally I have been...
Dan Hertzog graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts in May 1991 with a BA in Cinema-Television Production. From there, he rapidly worked his way up from a production assistant in LA to an ad agency producer in New York City. It was at his first staff job with Ogilvy & Mather in New York that he also made a name for himself as a director/dp, shooting first-rate test spots for next to no money. He moved back to Los Angeles in January 1996 only to find himself crisscrossing the country countless times to freelance at a handful of ad agencies, including FCB, Bates USA, Grey, and Ogilvy. While continuing to produce tv commercials, he also found work shooting and directing spots through his production company, In the Wee hours. Then, after more than ten years in the ad industry, Dan returned to the...
BIO Nadezhda (Nadia) Ignatova was born in northern Russia, the city of Arkhangelsk. Education - a screenwriter, writer, economist, accountant, banker, dealer and investor Real Estate, specialist for Medical Insurance Billing, a great cook (her husband calls SUPERWOMAN for delicious soups), knitter, seamstress, fashion designer, an attentive friend, a caring mother, grandmother, wife and sister. From 1976 - 1996 she lived in Kiev, Ukraine. Since 1996, the United States: one year in New York, 3 years in Florida - Key West, 12 years in Los Angeles, occasionally leaving for Kiev. She graduated in USA from the Real Estate school and school "Medical Insurance Billing" in California. In 2000 she finished the novel "Epokhalips", 750 pages. In 2003 she finished the script for show 35 episodes of the novel...
Eric Roberson lives in southern Nevada and is a retired detective sergeant. Eric also spent 14 years between the marines and the army reserve serving in the first gulf war and a tour in Afghanistan in 2012. Eric primarily writes in the crime / thriller genre and was selected to attend the 2019 WGF Veterans Writing Project.
I pride myself on being honest with who I am and what I do, and so I will be the first to admit that although I possess strong writing skills, my experience in screenplay writing is few and far between. I have taken part in numerous Script Pipeline contests over the years and opted into their feedback options. Much of it was very informative and educational, and I greatly appreciate every word provided to help me improve. But after looking into the ISA, I have decided that it was in my best interests to join ISA for more regular study, community interaction, and practice. I favor and am most comfortable with the fantasy, action. adventure, horror, drama, and thriller genres. I have an interest in comedy and romance as well, and typically try to feature small elements of both in my writings when the timing and...
Nine of my feature scripts have been produced, and two of my novels have been published, plus several ghostwritten novels. I write 2-6 scripts a year, mostly on assignment, and am always looking for projects. Also known as Burford Hauser. MFA USC Cinema, BA English Literature, U. of Kansas.
Casey Jones is an author and screenwriter/ghostwriter of more than two dozen feature-length PWAs. His graphic novel, All Fall Down, was released in 2011. His murder mystery pilot, Blackwood, is currently a semi-finalist in the Screencraft Fellowship, and is available on this website. He wrote, directed and produced the original comedy The Yellow Brick Monologues in New York City, and has been writing professionally for the past ten years. His favorite shows include Hannibal, Poirot, and Doctor Who.
An accomplished actor, producer, director and writer, Mr. LeBlanc began his career in New York City, where he formed the Actors Rep Theater Co. and won Best Play (Lead) in the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival. He starred with Hal Holbrook in KING LEAR. He then continued his successful career in LA, where he has appeared in over 100 Film and Television projects. He recently produced the critically acclaimed ( NY Times / Variety) RESET which is available in distribution and his latest film, Beyond The Gates (Lead) won the Best Picture award at The LA Film Fest.
Christopher J. Collom Born: November 18, 1964 Quick Bio Hi-lites: My career until now has been as a professional geologist and paleontologist. I've taught at colleges and universities since 1998. My father was a renowned writer / teacher / poet (Jack Collom), so I was encouraged to be creative and write from the time I could hold a pencil. Grew up in Boulder, Colorado during the social upheaval of the 1960's, and have been in Alberta, Canada for the last 25 years. Recently, there's been a successful Kickstarter campaign – based on the pilot episode teleplay for my TV historical drama series HEROD THE GREAT ( https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/collom/herod-the-great-comic?ref=user_menu ). The graphic novel of Herod Issue #1 may be obtained in digital format at Comixilogy (...
Amy Quick Parrish is a writer/director/producer and high school Spanish instructor by day. She is the author of the Amazon #1 Bestselling teen superhero novel Into Dust- The Thunderbird Chronicles and the Amazon bestselling Into the Storm - the Thunderbird Chronicles Book 2. The series is based on a web series she wrote and directed while teaching high school Spanish in Texas. A graduate of the University of Michigan, her writing has been published in The Atlantic and her films have screened in festivals across the country. She won the Spirit of Moondance Award at the Moondance International Film Festival for her feature screenplay, The Court of Lions, and an Indie Award of Merit for her short film, Hokey Smokes! Frank Allison and the Odd Sox. Her short film 40 Bucks made its World Premiere as an Official Selection at...
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