Cheers from Boston. My name is Jerry Robbins, and I've been writing for 22 years; it's only in the last couple of years that I started writing screenplays as my primary focus. I got started writing full cast Audio Dramas, just about 470 of them now, released thru my publishers Brilliance Audio and Blackstone Audio. In audio, I have dramatized CAPTAIN BLOOD, TREASURE ISLAND, THE ALAMO, GETTYSBURG, THE BLACK ARROW, and many more "feature" length productions, as well as several audio series including BEACON HILL, ROYALL HOUSE, YANKEE CLIPPER, THE DIBBLE SHOW, ALL FOR ONE, TICONDEROGA, and a western series called POWDER RIVER, which ran 12 years and 162 episodes. I just completed a TV pilot episode for POWDER RIVER, and I'm working on a feature of the title as well. In 2006 I started working with Ray Bradbury, producing his DANDELION WINE as an audio drama, which was followed by SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES. Ray wrote the scripts for those, and then he asked me to write the scripts for THE HALLOWEEN TREE and THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES. What an incredible experience that was! With composer Jeffrey Gage, I've written an animated (or live action/CGI) holiday musical screenplay called JIMMY AND THE STAR ANGEL, which we tried out first as an audio drama, and it won a Parents' Choice Award as best Audio. I've been pitching it, however a holiday animated feature is a tough sell - but I'll keep trying! I also have a horror script called THEY BECKON, and a lower-budget "Hallmark channel" style screenplay called THE CHRISTMAS OF FIFTY YEARS, as well as 2 pilots. I've learned one thing - writing screenplays is incredibly hard work - much more so than audio drama; and I love it!