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.
INNOCENTS by Joe M. Moore – Genre: Action/Political Thriller/Period/History – WGA-W Reg #1867251
Tagline: Love shows – and grows – even in the darkest of places.
Logline: At the height of the Cold War two young East German girls witness the execution of their mother by a rogue Russian officer. He separates them and, through his constant threat on the younger, turns the older into his own personal Cold War spy.
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 Quarterfinalist
REDUNDANCY by Joe M. Moore – Genre: Action/Adventure/Political Thriller – WGA-W Reg. #1762824
Tagline: Individuals still save the world . . . every day!
Logline: The Pentagon’s supercomputer was breached yesterday, and every American who had even a clue is dead today. When members of a D.C. runners club (hashers) inadvertently discover the hacking, they must rally together against all odds to stop a madman from gaining control of America’s Nuclear and SDI weapons.
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.
WHITE WINGS by Joe M. Moore & Dean Mosher – Genre: True Story/History/Drama/Period – WGA-W Registration #1677237
The Never-Before-Told True Story of The Wright Brothers
Tagline: Changing the world is almost impossible! Almost!
Logline: Inventing flight is the easy part for ORVILLE and WILBUR WRIGHT. They must subsequently battle foreign governments, other inventors, crooked industrialists, The Smithsonian Institution, the international press, and the United States Government for the next 45 years to get the credit they earned.
It is a hard road which destroys almost every relationship along the way – including one very special to both of them.