ScreenCraft Cinematic Short Story Contest 2019

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Proud to announce that for the second year running, a short piece has made it to the quarter-finals of the ScreenCraft Cinematic Short Story Contest. The piece I submitted this year, The Brass Ring, is in fact an essay; but I asked prior to submitting.

No news as to when the semi-finalists will be announced. Last year, my short story, I Wanted Ten, made the semi-finals. Hope to do better this year.

Still in Asia, by the way. Thailand. Studying Chi Gong at the Nam Yang Kung Fu School in Northern Thailand, out side the little bitty, hippie town of Pai.

My body is sore and my heart misses my family so much. Other than that, things are going very well. We’ll chat soon.

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carousel 2I submitted again to Screencraft’s Cinematic Short Story Contest. Last, year, I was a semi-finalist with my short story, “I Wanted Ten” (published this past October in Blue Lake Review). This year, I went for an essay. (I checked with them first.) I submitted “The Brass Ring” – in the category of Rom-Com.

This year, ScreenCraft added the category of Cinematic Novel. Guess what I did …