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Creative Writing Samples

I create

  • poetry,
  • screenplays,
  • stories,
  • and lesson materials and games. 


    Children's books:

    The Statistics Monster


    Ants, a short about two teens, a vacant parking lot, and ants. 


    Saraha 16-year-old independent teen with an African American widower father, discovers that her older lover has been harboring a secret that sends him to the hospital, leaving her to pick up the pieces in white suburbia. A Juno-esque drama with Crash’s racial tensions.

    Jonathana 19-year-old independent teen with an undiagnosed mental condition, discovers that he’s been accused of rape and must somehow clear his name before it’s too late. A Donnie Darko meets American Pie film.

    Published book reviews

    • "Dark Bright Doors". Antipodes: A Global Journal of Australian New Zealand Literature 25.2 (2011): 217. Print.
    • "Ghostly Subjects". Antipodes: A Global Journal of Australian New Zealand Literature 24.2 (2010): 208. Print.


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