NEW NOVEL COMING!
Emily Dinova is a writer, actor, director, and producer. Her fiction has been featured in Haunted MTL's Horror Anthology and on Literally Stories as a "Saturday Special" (only six writers have been awarded this honor). Her play Capture, a raw and visceral story of one woman's fight against domestic violence, was the recipient of the 2015 Fresher Writer Prize in the UK (Best Stage Play), and was also published by the Fresher Publishing Company. She is the co-founder of G&E Productions, established to create new and unique projects for the stage and screen. Look for her directorial film debut, Transit: A NYC Fairytale, currently on the film festival circuit. Emily is a member of Actors' Equity Association.
TOO MUCH IN THE SON
Charlie Peters is a playwright and screenwriter who was raised in New York City and educated at Stonyhurst College in England, the University of Connecticut and Carnegie-Mellon University. His plays have been produced at La Mama E.T.C., Playwrights Horizons, The Edinburgh Festival, The Actors Theatre of Louisville and Primary Stages. Twelve of his screenplays have been produced and the casts in those movies include Sally Field, Bob Hoskins, Renee Zellweger, Burt Reynolds, James Caan, Morgan Freeman, Brenda Blethyn, Jeff Bridges, Michael Caine, Claire Trevor, Richard Dreyfuss, Diane Keaton, Frances McDormand, Jude Law and Maureen Stapleton.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Steven Kobrin has been a voracious reader of thrillers, action adventures, and science fiction since childhood. His love of vivid storytelling drew him to become an aficionado of cinema from all around the world, especially spy movies and action films. Those influences can be seen in his first novel, The Man from Belize.
Fantasy. Sex. Despair.
Nancy Beverly’s professional life began at Actors Theatre of Louisville where she worked as the Assistant Literary Manager, reading thousands of scripts and acting as dramaturg on a number of Humana Festival plays, as well as having several of her own plays produced in the ATL showcases. Since then, she has worked in television with stints on hit shows Desperate Housewives and Ghost Whisperer, and has written and produced plays for the Hollywood Fringe Festival, the Rainbow Festival at Asbury Park, and Bloomington's Blizzard of Short Plays. Her play Handcrafted Healing was workshopped by the Athena Project in Denver. Her 2019 short film Shelby’s Vacation, based on her screenplay of the same name, from which this novel was adapted, won the Audience Choice Award at Perth's Dyke Drama Film Festival in Australia, Best Acting Duo and Best Romance Short at the Olympus Film Festival in L.A., Best GLBT Film at the Erie International Film Festival, and the Best LGBTQ Film award at The Lady Filmmakers Festival in Beverly Hills, among many other awards. Shelby’s Vacation is her first novel.
a story of Wyatt Earp
Bruce Scivally is a lifelong lover of classic movies. Born in Plevna, Alabama, he moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California, and then worked in numerous positions in the film industry before becoming a teacher of scriptwriting and video production in Chicago. Since returning to Los Angeles in 2017, he has written several award-winning screenplays and is now venturing into fiction novels.
WWII and Baseball
Gregory Cioffi (SAG-AFTRA, AEA) is an actor, director, and writer. His works have been published in various literary magazines; many of which have been archived in numerous libraries including Yale University’s Beinecke Collection (Rare Books and Manuscript Library). His poem Confined But Commemorating, written about Memorial Day during the pandemic, won third place in the Nassau County Poet Laureate Society Poetry Contest. Greg’s film The Museum of Lost Things won awards at The Long Island International Film Expo, Global Shorts, and The Madrid International Film Festival. Be on the lookout for his next film – The Concertgoer, which is currently on the festival circuit. Greg is an Adjunct Professor of English at Long Island University, an Associate Professor of Literature & Composition at Post University, and he also teaches Creative Writing, Poetry, and Basic Acting at Nassau Community College. http://www.gandeproductions.com/
JEFF "PAPA ROCK" SCIVALLY
New book on the way!
Jeff 'Rock' Scivally is a musician, artist, performer, raconteur, and puzzle master who spends his days finding creative solutions for unusual conundrums. He lives in Plevna, Alabama, surrounded by grand-young 'uns who know him as Papa Rock.
PAPA ROCK'S WORD SEARCH
Jeffrey Breslauer is an actor, writer, voice artist and puppeteer. He played “The Dreamfinder” in EPCOT’s Journey Into Imagination exhibit, voiced and manipulated the Spider mascot for Scholastic Publishers' Math Place video series, is the voice of the Joker in the Batman ride at Six Flags Amusement Parks, and has appeared on stage with Frank Gorshin and on movie and TV screens in Police Academy V, Matinee, Wiseguy, Superboy, Swamp Thing, From the Earth to the Moon, and others. And now, he’s a puzzle master for Papa Rock’s Word Search!