Amanda Brooking has no idea her life is about to change drastically. Sorting out her pop’s things Amanda finds six letters; all addressed, all undelivered. She reads the mystery mail and decides it’s up to her to finally deliver the missives. Six letters that would change not only the letter openers lives, but Amanda’s. (Read More)
Hurricane Ida has ravaged Marilyn Carter’s rural home. The local news wants to profile their day-to-day struggles of this multi-generational Southern family. Marilyn does her best to hold everything together. (Read More)
THE REVERAND BRODERICK SLOAN MacDOUGALL
For years the young Presbyterian minister lived a double life, failing to be truthful to the church or his passsion. Turning forty and finally finding true love only exacerbates his life choices. (Read More)
At fifty-six, Christina Wells has the difficult task of placing her mother, Sheri in an Alzheimer’s home. As if that task isn’t difficult enough, as she is going through her mother’s things she finds three letters and one photograph that will change her life. One actor performs the four characters Christina contacts to find the truth. (Read More)
IN SEARCH OF MARY TYLER MOORE
A teleplay of four teenagers who meet aliens in after school detention. Old sitcoms on Nick at Nite is their common bond. Produced in Pittsburgh, Pa. and Port Angeles, Wa. (Read More)
An epistolary novella about the lifelong friendship of Michael, a dancer who gets AIDS and Jennifer, a woman who sacrifices her career and family for her friend. This work has been performed in a staged reading in Los Angeles in an abridged form and performed at New Voices in Pittsburgh in an abridged one-act play.
CIRCLE THE WAGON or WE’RE ALL IN THIS ALONE
An eclectic collection of short stories dealing with any, and every, thing. Various short stories have been published.
SUMMER OF ’85
A novel about the relationships of three generations of one family; teenage son, his fortyish father, and grandfather over the course of one summer. Work in progress. (Read More)
A four character play that takes place in the kind of neighborhood which has all but vanished from our busy lives. Produced in Pittsburgh, Pa., Palm Springs, Ca., Port Angeles and Sequim, Wa. (Read More)
THE GIRLS GO FISHING
A humorous novel about five woman who decide to charter a fishing boat for the day. “Steel Magnolias” on a yacht! (Read More)
INTO THE WIND
A drama depicting the disastrous steamboat fire on the East River in New York City in 1904 or the General Slocum. Work in progress. (Read More)
WHAT DO YOU DO?
An essay on ethics for the international magazine American Cinematographer. Published.
A technical article published in the SMPTE Journal, a trade magazine relating to the technical aspects of film preservation. Published. 
THE LOCKER ROOM
Two pro football players, one black, one white, struggle with secret issues. A short story published in the Blackstone Circular, and The Brave New Tick, Also, adapted for the stage. (Read More)
SPIDER ON THE SILL
A play in two acts. “What are we gonna do about Pop?” The modern dilemma between generations when living on one’s own is not an option. Produced by Olympic Theatre Arts, Sequim, Wa. Staged reading in Forks, Wa. (Read More)
THE SITTING ROOM
Three famous paintings come to life when space is needed over the mantle for an original portrait with a secret. A short story adapted for the stage. Staged reading at Juan De Fuca Festival, Port Angeles, Wa. Camaraderie Cellars Winery, Wa., Gabriola Island, BC, Canada. (Read More)
FREELANCE CRITIC and contributor to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Palm Springs – The Desert Sun., Lesbian News.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT CRITIC for NotesFromHollywood.com and Sofa Cinema/DVD column – Sequim Gazette Newspaper.