Novelist, publisher, screenwriter with 30 plus published books, one produced feature-length film, "Godhead, the Movie," and a number of stories and novels optioned. Pitched to various versions of Star Trek via phone and was paid for a story not used on Star Trek Voyager. Writing for nearly three decades, winner of the Bram Stoker Award twice, ex-President of the Horror Writer's Association, creating urban fantasy, horror, and humor in a variety of genres. Wrote the first-ever screenplay created on Twitter 140 characters at a time (Killer Green) which was optioned but never produced.
Film (Fantasy) Writer Godhead is the story of Zero and Magus, boyhood friends who, now as young men, find access to another dimension through a small glass sphere called a dragon tear. Taking turns "through the tear" they encounter a beguiling woman named Eave. One at a time, over and over again, they transport themselves, involving themselves deeper and deeper with Eave. As the story unfolds, their friendship is tested through jealousy and betrayal. Written by Anonymous
Bram Stoker Award for short fiction
Bram Stoker Award for Poetry
St. Leos College