Writing Festival – February 22, 2018 Details

The 3rd festival showcasing the best of NOVELS, SHORT STORIES, and POEMS is going to be a fun one as the talented performer Elizabeth Rose Morriss will be the reader for the 10 stories presented.

Here are full details of stories:

NOVEL Reading: The Damascus by Howard Kaplan

Genre: Adventure, Mystery

A spy navigates the precarious terrain of love and survival during an undercover mission in Syria.

NOVEL Reading: Ode to The Darkest Days by M. Ryan Hollows

Genre: Dark/High Fantasy

The winding road of heroism. Evil lurks everywhere, even behind the shield. A reluctant hero, must discover not just how to win, but the truth.

NOVEL Reading: Ghetto Bastard, A Memoir, by Russell Vann

Genre: Drama

Ghetto Bastard is the intimate journey of an innocent child in search of love and self-worth. He just wants what we all want. And Malik Russell wasn’t born with any ‘quit’, so he’s got that going for him, but neither was his opponent: the ghetto.

SHORT STORY Reading: Kiel, by Keith Brandon

Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure

SHORT STORY Reading: A Massachusetts Tale, by Lionel Walfish

Genre: Family, Drama

5 Poetry Readings. Read the poems here:

03:00 by Selah J’Ne

Fell In Love With You, by Kathy Scott

If You Could Fix Me, by Melissa R.

Tears For You, by KG Petrone

The Fisherman, by Robin McNamara


Producer: Matthew Toffolo – http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson

Camera Op: Mary Cox


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