Erwin lay on the damp grass with his back against a tree stump. He tried to grasp the bark of the thick trunk to maneuver himself upright, but with his hands and feet bound, and his eyes blindfolded, it proved difficult. “Don’t you.” Shane shouted fiercely at Erwin when he saw his silhouette fidgeting in […]
I didn’t want to stop. My plan was to drive through the night to reach Chicago by mid-morning, but here I found myself in the middle of nowhere at 2 AM searching for aspirin. I’ve had this headache that isn’t going away on its own. It went from annoying to feeling like I’m actively being […]
For the month of October, I’ll be posting new short stories weekly. The third short story, “The Red Pin Pumpkins,” is up now. If you missed the other October Spooky Shorts, check them out. Read the second short story, “The Pharmacy” and the first short story, “Beat.” All stories are stand-alone and each promises a spooky […]
Two 48 Hour Film Projects in less than three months, intense but rewarding both times. I think I’ll sleep for the next month. Here’s the teaser for the latest film for the LA 48 Hour Film Project, JOE vs. DOOMSDAY. The film screens tomorrow night at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live.
The skybridge window was ice to my fingertips as I sat crosslegged on the course industrial carpet. On the street below the light powder was abruptly swept up into tiny whirlwinds that danced along the curb. I always looked forward to the first snowfall. Though an expected phenomenon every winter, it still seemed to take the […]