FROM BAY RIDGE TO HOLLYWOOD: Let John Gray Direct!

Writer/Director John Gray describes himself as “just a regular, burger eatin’ guy,” but his career arc spanning 32 years points to anything but, if you don’t count the day jobs. Gray, now 58, does in fact count the jobs he … Continue reading

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Chasing Down A Dream: Author Kathleen Donohoe on ASHES OF FIERY WEATHER

Kathleen Donohoe has had storytelling in her blood ever since she can remember.  The Brooklyn resident, who grew up in Midwood, had compiled a respectable body of work prior to writing ASHES OF FIERY WEATHER, her debut novel about “the … Continue reading

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THE DARK SIDE OF TIME: An Excerpt

When new parents Sunny and Andrew Quinn escape from Brooklyn to a suburb, proud owners of a creaky 100-plus year old cottage abutting the grounds of a church, they think they’re looking at happily ever after; but Sunny, a clairvoyant … Continue reading

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NEW PARADIGM UNLOCKS A DOOR

A lightbulb beamed on over my head the other day.   It was the result of a phone conversation with my grown son, Jake. He knows his way around a hard time or two. He’s a writer of screenplays in addition … Continue reading

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MIRACLE AND WONDER

Vic and I understand hard times.  Our process as indie artists has informed this understanding, and in retrospect I wouldn’t have it any other way.  I have developed a cast-iron hide (except when it fails me).  I know my weaknesses, … Continue reading

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OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES: An Excerpt

Literary Agent Scott Gould of RLR Associates describes OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES as “Juno for the seventies.”  I’d say that’s pretty spot on.  Seventeen year old Queenie, the novel’s pregnant protagonist, has been sent away from her humble roots to live … Continue reading

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