Writer. Providence, RI. Author of the novels Tomas and The Zimmerman File, as well as An Argument in Favor of Television and Other Stories and The Samurai Who Shot Liberty Valance (poetry).
Screenplay: Tomas. When the wife of an obscure avant-garde artist contacts a writer to write a biography of her deceased, unappreciated husband, the writer begins to suspect his own wife was a former lover of the artist, and begins questioning the paternity of his son.
Semi-finalist in the Austin Revolution Film Festival. Also a winner (First Prize - RI Spotlight on New England) at the Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival. Finished within the top 15% of the Nashville Film Festival and within the top 20% of the Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting.
"The narrative does an outstanding job jumping between time periods as well as distinguishing between worlds all while maintaining a solid and consistent structure. It's easy to imagine this story on the big screen. From top to bottom the script feels honest and organic. Overall, the story has a 'novelesque' quality that's both charming and endearing."
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