Monthly Archives: August 2012


A couple of months ago I learned that BENEATH THE SURFACE was a semi-finalist in the CineStory Screenwriting Awards.  Founded in 1995, CineStory is all about nurturing undiscovered talent.  As their website states: The aim is to provide a supportive environment … Continue reading

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Deliberating Downton

For a number of years, my friend JoJo and I have a habit/ritual of getting together on Sunday nights for pizza eating (unhealthy) and television watching (usually healthy) since our must-see TV shows have fallen on Sundays: SEX & THE … Continue reading

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Another Round of Sun Dancing

Subjectivity has finally worked in my favor for I recently received the following news: “We are pleased to inform you that your script BENEATH THE SURFACE has been selected for the second round of consideration for the 2013 January Screenwriters … Continue reading

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Subjectivity: Take Two

So fresh on the heels of my post about subjectivity, I got to see it IN ACTION in regards to one of my scripts!  Recently I had the chance to submit my quirky romantic comedy AUNT MOLLY’S MELTDOWN to a … Continue reading

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My Subjective Thoughts on Subjectivity

I had three horses in the race.  I was feeling good, confident.  After four years of trying, I thought 2012 might finally be my year.  The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting was established in 1986 through the Motion Picture Academy and … Continue reading

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