Monthly Archives: September 2010

women violently drowning in anguish and pain

Last weekend, I was pleased to attend the world premiere of the film “Gless.”  Not only was it wonderful to share a screening room with the cast and crew, but it was interesting to watch the film in its entirety.  “Gless”, … Continue reading

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Shorter Story: The One

Doug Dough was by no means trying to avoid his wife.  It was simply that his job, selling microwavable plates, was sucking a bit more of his soul than usual.  Plus it was Friday.  Plus it was paycheck day.  Plus … Continue reading

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Games & Gunshots

In 2008, I wrote and produced a play entitled “The Tearful Assassin”, which was, at worst, a passable episode of “Law and Order”, according to one critic, and, at best, a gripping thriller, according to another.  Either way, it was … Continue reading

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