REPARATIONS is about a Jewish Holocaust Survivor named Howard who agrees to be interviewed by Michonne, an African-American lesbian doing research for her grad thesis on reparations. Howard relishes his time talking to the younger woman as she questions him about surviving in a concentration camp. However, he cannot grasp any similarity between reparations for descendants of slaves versus those he's received from Germany as a Holocaust survivor. The more they talk, the more his past is revealed.
After a gay purge, four best friends are surviving by living in fake marriages to each other. They secretly meet once a week to see their true spouse and play a "game" where they reminisce about their former openly gay lives. After 3 years of weekly gatherings, they must determine if their clandestine meetings are worth risking their lives. In one night, emotions run high, friendships begin to unravel and everything changes in an instant.
A man recalls his life of addiction, abandonment, and anger as he faces death at the age of thirty-four. Told through the voice of one man, but written through the words of his brother -- this memoir novelette describes the troubled life who was rejected by one woman at an early age but found solace in another. My first published work. Now adapting into a screenplay for a short film.
A family drama about addictions, pretension, and lifestyle choices made by two brothers that test the bonds of blood. Jacob and Noah Garrett are brothers harboring a lifelong resentment towards each other while dealing with their own compulsive obsessions.
A product of the foster care system, Sara Butler spends her early thirties hiding from her past while striving for a normal life with her small group of quirky friends in Arizona. Seeking treatment for an invisible rash and abnormal dreams, her therapist helps her unlock a heinous past that she is unsure she wants to open.
An eBook novel available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Cool-Side-Pillow-ebook/dp/B00B9JYQ1K/ref=zg_bsnr_1... Stay-at-home dad Zachary Kleinmann is knocking on forty years old as his son starts pre-school, his wife is passionately involved in her own career, and he is left to wonder how to define himself.