My sophomore year of high school I won a short story competition for something I wrote about a career thief who just wanted to bake instead. The next year I wrote a piece for the same competition about a giant pig that goes on a rampage and lays waste to an entire city, destroying the lives of millions of nondescript inhabitants. This, surprisingly, did not make the cut.
I still like that one better.
I've come a long way since Love In The Age of Pigosaurus, but ultimately my goal is the same: to always be working my hardest on the stories I want to tell and the characters I want to fill them with, only pausing on the rarest of occasions to weep over the critical acclaim my more pig-centric pieces continue to miss out on.
This section contains samples of my work ranging from long and short-form narratives written for the screen to a few assorted nonfiction pieces, along with links to sites that contain, somehow, even more of my words. Flip through them at your own whimsy.
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