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About Mark

Mark Wagner writes fresh and unique screenplays because of the past. When I was nineteen, this bold, brilliant, beautiful witch spread her Tarot cards across his bed. I flipped up “The Fool”. I blushed. She laughed, and promised that I’d be safer than all those kids dancing along the abyss. Since then I have often slid off, and tumbled a while, and even caught hold of a scraggly weed to stare into the terrifying darkness. But I did crawl up from the rock and roll as a roadie, a chauffeur for the wealthy, and a psych tech at Sonoma Developmental Center. Which one was the craziest job, I still don’t know. At least, I skip a good foot away now. And haul my bag of stories to reveal the dangerous edges. Defies logic, that I know.

Unique traits: I discover, then write about the steps of the spiritual quest, according to Joseph Campbell's "The Hero With a Thousand Faces".


  • "Amazon Queen"

    "Amazon Queen" Fantasy The glorious captain of a cruise ship invokes her warrior spirit to defend many tourists against the attacking Chinese pirates.

  • "Blessing Our Furies"

    "Blessing Our Furies" Thriller Two clever, independent agents must hunt to kill their mad, ex-buddy sheikh to prevent African terrorism.

  • "Chills"

    "Chills" Thriller A dazzling, fiery-spirited model has to fight a cruel rapist to flourish in the fashionata world.

  • "Crushes"

    "Crushes" Drama To share their love, the twin sisters reject the violence of their family and the sex among their friends.

  • "False Interests"

    "False Interests" Drama A spunky real estate agent reveals her bosses’ foul mortgages, then unites her community to pay for their homes together.

  • "Fighting With Spirit"

    "Fighting With Spirit" Thriller A Lakota oil trader hides underground in New York City to battle the Russians destroying America’s economy by manipulating our oil industry.

  • "Fracking For Poison"

    "Fracking For Poison" Thriller To save the world, two ambitious reporters film the dangers of fracking for oil by a greedy entrepreneur.


    A WINK OF THE BLACK EYE Budget: $10M - $30M | Thriller After the Ku Klux Klan rampage St. Louis in 1919, an ambitious, Afro girl performs to inspire her fans to march and roar for justice and freedom.


  • LaVerne College

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