Creating Beautiful Work
We value fresh, original writing that has a compelling point of view.
Below is a sampling of work represented by genre.
MEMORY CALLED RIVER by Frank Provenzano – Genre: Drama, fictionalized account based on true events Formerly one of the most powerful men in the world, Theodore Roosevelt sets out on a journey to map an uncharted tributary in the Amazon, which turns into a terrifying descent into a psychological abyss where he comes face-to face with the limits of his ambition and deepest regrets.
BERNADETTE, AN IRISH BALLAD by John Stag Hanson – Genre: Teen History/Political Suspense
Wild Irish child leads the land of Erin in revolt, then at twenty-one becomes the youngest - and most loved and hated - MP in (real life) English history circa 1965-70; a modern Braveheart featuring a teenaged Robin Hood determined to create Irish equality - and partly does so.
DREADNAUGHT BOX by Kyle Patrick Johnson - Genre: Alternate History/Thriller/Suspense/Mystery/Drama
A brave and precocious young woman seeks the truth behind the murder of her scientist parents while traveling from England to Salem, Mass. Using her own experiments and wit, she unmasks a ruthless conspiracy of theatrical cult terror and evil.
DREAMSEEKER by Bryan Marvis – Genre: Drama/Romance/Biography
A man relentlessly pursues his childhood dream – discovering the legendary city of Troy. This is a true story of a remarkable, but little known person: Heinrich Schliemann.
Recognition: Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist
HOME ADDRESS: NOWHEREVILLE by Laura Enem – Genre: Drama/True Story
After the death of their father, a recent Louisiana PhD recipient from Nigeria, a young girl and her siblings try to cope as they endure harsh treatment in the bowels of the foster care system.
IN MY BROTHER'S IMAGE by Eugene L. Pogany & Tamas Hangari – Genre: Drama – WGA-W Reg #175955
Based on actual events and based on the book of the same name published by Viking and Penguin
Tagline: Identical twin Jewish brothers, baptized and raised Catholic until their lives diverge forever in the midst of the Holocaust.
Logline: A Holocaust survivor challenges his Roman Catholic priest brother to betray his sacred vows by testifying against an accused Nazi war criminal in the priest’s own parish, forcing a showdown between justice and divine forgiveness.
PHANTOM RANCH by Bryan Marvis – Genre: Drama/Mystery/True Story
Was it murder? Suicide? A drowning? Or something else? An inquisitive reporter tries to find the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of a honeymoon couple in the Grand Canyon.
Recognitions: Nicholl Fellowship Top 10%; CineStory Quarter-finalist
SAM I AM by Peter Lalonde – Genre: Drama/Music –WGA-W Registered
Tagline: A pop icon. A rising Madness.
Logline: She’s an icon of pop music. The lifestyle, drug abuse and general craziness played out on a global stage only mask the real problem – her severe bipolar disorder.
THREE CORNER FOLD by Hugh Kelley – Genre: Drama/Based on True Story – WGA-W Reg; ©2016 Hugh Kelley
Logline: Racial segregation was rampant in Army training bases across the U.S. with over 200 military racial
confrontations occurring between 1942 and 1945. Camp Van Dorn, a racial time bomb on the brink of explosion, stands out as the most egregious.