The audio play that I wrote is a Silver Award winner at the forthcoming HEAR NOW festival. It is our version of HEDDA GABLER, directed by Steve Balderson. For God’s sake, listen to it!:
Happy Birth Anniversary to me! Celebrate my emergence into the world by viewing and listening to this video:
My novel TABLE 41 predicted the novel Coronavirus pandemic in the same way that my earlier novel WATCH OUT predicted “self-partnering.”
If you would like to watch me and listen to me read TABLE 41 in its entirety, go here: a video of me reading TABLE 41
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Stay strong, everyone.
I wrote this essay when I was twenty-four years old:
My screenplay has become an audio play. And it is available for free, on YouTube, here:
In 2010, I wrote a screenplay for Ibsen’s HEDDA GABLER. I discovered recently that filmmaker Steve Balderson committed my screenplay to sound. That is fine with me; I am not angry at all. He gives me due acknowledgment, for which I am profoundly grateful. The sonic melodrama is stately, elegant, and incredibly intense. I might quibble over the fact that the director changed my ending slightly, but on the whole, I approve of what he has done. I highly recommend entering this aural landscape.