Hi. I write things.
I'm a novelist, playwright, and audio drama producer. I enjoy writing about spiritual crisis, misplaced guilt, religious terror, environmental madness, and cosmic chaos. Sometimes robots.

My independent audio fiction has been chosen as a Platinum Selection of the HEAR Now Festival  A Showcase Selection of the PodTales Festival • Co-Winner of the Audio Verse Awards' Writing of a New Spoken Word Production • and awarded Best Speculative Fiction Story (Long Form) from the Parsec Awards.
I wrote and directed an hour-long version of my play The Birthing Pit, a Gothic Romance at the end of the American Revolutionary War, in the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival • Audiences called it "Entrancing," "Beautiful," "Haunting," "Ambitious," "Touching," and "Macabre."
I wrote, directed, edited, and did the visual effects of The House That Jack Built, a short fairy tale film which aired annually during Halloween on PBS in the United States and was distributed by Ouat Media in Europe • 2012 Best Editing Prairie State Film Festival • 2010 Founder’s Award Wildwood Film Festival
I love books. Their size. Their shape. Their smell. The texture of their pages. I love them. Favorites include A Canticle for LeibowitzNausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Jane Eyre, Watership Down, and Giants in the Earth.
I'm from Wisconsin but now live in Los Angeles. 
I miss the snow but not the cold.
If you're looking for development posts about The Apostate— my Joan of Arc play— you can find them here.