A writer and filmmaker, a former Detroit television producer, an AmeriCanadian living on the border and a sporadic social networker, Kim's short films have been in international distribution and played at film festivals in the US and Canada, and she writes script coverage for producers in Los Angeles. Her commercial film, video and interactive work has won nearly 20 awards, including a Clio, a Telly and a New York International Film Festival award.
Kim's fiction, poetry and drama have appeared in journals such as The Adirondack Review, Bartleby Snopes, Prick of the Spindle, Pure Slush, Wufniks, redlionsquare, A-Minor, Divine Dirt Quarterly, The Glass Coin, Thunderclap Press and the 52/250 Challenge quarterlies. Her short story, Thursday Girls, was nominated for Best of the Net. Currently, she's working on web video, book and documentary projects. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on her screenplays, The Motherhood Project, a smart, sweet romantic comedy, and Irish Nell a drama based on a true story from Colonial times, one with a big WOW factor.
The Motherhood Project Comedy ⋄ Romance In this smart and funny gender-bending romantic comedy, three young women take control of their sex lives, fertility, and destiny by posing as lesbians to convince a young man to enter into a no-strings-attached arrangement to make babies, but during The Motherhood Project, everyone involved learns that in love—and life—there’s no such thing as “no strings.” The theatrical version was produced on stage and published in a literary journal: bit.ly/UGHiLM
Irish Nell Drama ⋄ Historical Based on a true story, young Nell emigrates from Ireland to America in search of freedom, but instead becomes a slave and must fight to win liberty for herself and her family.