Writing teacher with five feature-length screenplays, and three shorts.
Three finalist finishes in national contests.
Four co-written historical scripts, plus one zany comedy.
JOHN BROWN'S WAR: (co-written with Stu Woolley) Has garnered lavish praise from producers who are yet reluctant to tackle a historical vehicle. (American Zoetrope reviews abailable) Twice a finalist. "No truer American ever lived."
HOW TO MAKE A VAMPIRE MOVIE: Screwball 95-Page Comedy. (Finalist in Skorpeonyx's "Not a Contest" Search) "Is your great, great, great, etc., grandfather a vampire? And if not, why is he still alive?"
THE GALILEAN: A different take on the career of Jesus. But not fantasy (like THE LAST TEMPTATION...)
THE WOMAN KING: The career of the only female Pharaoh, and the price she paid for success.
VENUS IN FURS: Fantasy, fiction, and reality interweave in the life of novelist Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (namesake of Masochism).