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Category Archives: short story
*** I wrote a story before writing a spec script for my screenwriting class. What I realized after this exercise was how hard it was to translate prose into a script.*** On Spiderman sheets and surrounded with Dungeons and Dragon … Continue reading
Cici arrives in IKEA with mismatched socks. Her winter jacket is three sizes too big for her. Her long pants rumpled, with dried mud on its knees. Her face looks gaunt, as if she has just recovered from a long illness. … Continue reading
The Planning I’ve been counting the days till the 13th of December when I have a week with someone I really like. We were suppose to spend this week getting to know each other a bit more, reconfirming feelings, and … Continue reading
A short excerpt from a novella I am working on. Title: Dagat (the sea) Twenty typhoons hit the Philippines in a year. Some are mild monsoon torrents, summer drizzles, or storms that fold shores with tsunamis. Inland they turn into … Continue reading