Creative Screenwriting Unique Voices Screenplay Competition

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Objective

We have teamed up with several creative partners looking for Features and TV Pilots with unique voices and original stories. Our goal with this contest is to discover great writers then connect their authentic stories to those creative partners, and we are looking for the best writing in all of these genres: Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Family/Holiday, Mystery/Crime, Historical/Biopic, Horror/Thriller, Sci-Fi/ Fantasy, Western and Young Adult (YA).

We are genuinely looking for your unique perspective - with special consideration for Young Adult, Female Thrillers, Diversity, LGBTQ, Kaufman-esque Mind-Benders and original Holiday Stories, but there really is no limitation. Our focus is to build a slate of talented writers underrepresented in Hollywood today. Show More

Deadline/Entry Fees

Expired. Previous Deadline: 07/02/2020

Notification: Finalists: July 31st; Genre Winners: Week of August 27th; Grand Prize: Week of August 27th.

Rules

  • All writers from all countries are welcome to enter the competition; however, all scripts must be submitted in English, and entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars.
  • Scripts must be the original work of the author(s) and may not be encumbered by any third party.
  • Scripts that have been sold, produced for a profit, or are currently under option are not eligible.
  • Novels, short stories, stage plays, treatments, synopses, reality show concepts, and/or spec scripts for existing TV series are not eligible. Your script must be an original screenplay or teleplay.
  • Screenplays adapted from your own self-published books, plays, or other source material are eligible if you have retained all rights to your work.
  • Adaptations from other works are permissible provided you have the writer’s written permission to adapt the work.
  • Adaptations of works in the public domain are permissible.
  • Scripts are accepted via the site or other 3rd party platforms in PDF form only. No printed materials are accepted.
  • Collaborative work is eligible; the writers are responsible for the distribution of the competition prize(s).
  • The writer understands that a script analysis can take up to 90-days turn-around time and may not be received before the end of the contest.
  • Promotions must be used at the time of submission and will not be added to previous submissions.
  • Multiple entries are permissible.
  • Once a script has been entered into the competition, we will only accept substitutions of new drafts or corrected pages if you contact us within 24 hours. After that, under no circumstances will we accept changes. If you wish to submit a revised draft of your script, you must enter it as a new submission and pay the appropriate entry fee.
  • Writers under the age of 18 years old must have parent or legal guardian’s permission to participate.
  • Competition applicants must accept without reservation the decisions rendered by the judges.
  • Writer understands that it is his/her sole responsibility to register Material with the U.S. Copyright Office and/or with the Writer’s Guild of America or the appropriate agency in his/her country.
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  • By entering this competition, and in the event you are declared a finalist, you understand and accept that Creative Screenwriting will be free to use your name and likeness for advertising or promotional purposes without additional consideration.
  • Contestants are under no obligation to participate therein.
  • Contestants may submit their screenplay to any other person, competition, producer, agent, publisher, and/or organization and will retain all rights to their screenplay.
  • No agreement for compensation, other than the prizes, has been implied.
  • Prizes may be distributed in the rate of 1 package per person based on the highest placement and not per winning screenplay, depending on the request of the sponsor.
  • The cash prizes will be distributed within 90 days of TOP 3 Notification.
  • Decisions of the Judges are final and may not be disputed. The Judges will adhere to our competition guidelines; however, the competition and its administrators may not be held responsible for any errors or omissions on the part of the Judges.
  • Length requirements are as follows: 1). Full-Length Features: 80-130 pages. 2). TV Pilots: Up to 70 pages.
  • If you order feedback you may be charged separately $2 for each page over 130 pages, or the reader may only read the first 130 pages.
  • Please do not enclose synopses, casting suggestions, letters, resumes or photos with your submission. They will not be forwarded to the Judges.
  • You understand that your logline and screenplay will be reviewed by our staff and/or our panel of Industry Judges for evaluation. You also understand that any one of the staff or judges may have been or may be exploring ideas similar to yours, and you hereby waive any claim that Creative Screenwriting Magazine or Creative Screenwriter LLC, its staff or judges may have misappropriated any ideas or portions of your submission logline or screenplay.
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Awards

Grand Prize
$2,500

The Grand Prize Winner will be selected from the Genre Winners and receive an additional $2,500 Cash, a 60 Minute Pitch Consultation with Jess Hinds ($400 value), a 60 Minute Writing Consultation with the Editor of Creative Screenwriting, and a Featured Article on Creative Screenwriting. The winning script will be shared and promoted to industry partners looking to produce unique work.

Genre Winners
$500

Ten outstanding writers will be selected, one from each of the ten genre categories, to receive $500 Cash and "Meditative Writing" by Jess Hinds ($315 value). Winning scripts will be shared and promoted to industry partners looking to produce unique work. Genre Winners will go on to be considered for the Grand Prize.

Creative Screenwriting

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Creative Screenwriting Unique Voices Screenplay Competition

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Los Angeles, CA

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Contact: Allie Smith, Admin

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Overall: 3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars (3.7/5.0)
Professionalism: 3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars (3.7/5.0)
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Contest News

Creative Screenwriting Announces Semifinalists

Creative Screenwriting has announced the semifinalists in all genres for their Unique Voices Screenwriting Competition:

Semifinalists for All Genres

(Alphabetized by Title)

15-Apr by Paul Myerberg
5150 by Patti Wall
7 Minutes and About 20 Seconds by Marina Alves
A Brooklyn Christmas by Drew Henriksen
A Case of Subtle Beauty by Sandra Fox-Sohner
A Crime in Memory by Debra Montague
A Domestic by Debbie Simmons
A Little Sedated by Joseph Sanders
A Matter of Degree by Melissa Neiman
A Thousand Cuts by Randall Fontana
Abner by Kent Faulcon
Absolute Rubbish by Helen Roberts
Abuse of Power by Gila Zalon
Academy by Joong Won Pyo
Ace of Spades by Lyndon McGill
Across The Divide by Dennis O'Flyng
Act of Love by Elvin Betancourt
Agents of Kismet by Radcliff Weir
Agriturismo by Nick Rufca
Ai! Chilito by Judy Chaikin
Ajeeta the Invincible by Terry Lynam
Aladdin and the Ebony Palace by Kenneth White
Alex Finn Vs The Nightmare Marauders by Paul Zeidman
Alice and Celia and Whatever It Takes by Mary Ruth Clarke
All the Way Down by Mark Netter
Almost Cooperstown by Blake McCallister
Altered Egos by Navid Nobakht
Amazons, Rebels & Spies: The Trial by Barbara Ashley
American Sons by Roger Stigliano
American Teenage Runaways by Brian Gelinas and Kenneth M. Benoit, Nick Bradford, Amy Green
An American Hero by David Marantz
An Untimely Frost by Mark Spencer
Anansi and the Chest of Stories by Ayinde Ricco
And There Is Fight by Kent Faulcon and Julie Su
Animated by Emma Ennis
Anna Moon by Ellen Ireland
Anonymous by Porsha Addison
Any Place, Any Time. by Martin Cox
Apple of My Eye by Jennifer Martin
Apples & Oranges by Kenneth White
Arise, Ser Hunchback by David Snee
Arranged by Mithra Alavi
Asians Can't Play Jazz by Carlos Gutierrez
Assassin Nation: The Platinum Assassin by Craig Lew
Assisted Dying by Susan Sneeringer
At The Displeasure Of The President by Brian Cohen
Atop Flint Hill by Elizabeth Yanders
Auto High by Nina Kentsis
Axis by Rob Rex
Babushkas by Jason Henry
Bach, A Monster by Avery Williams
Bad Day for the Dog by I.J. Miller
Bad Elf by John Rae
Bad Listing by Brent Hartinger
Bardown: The Billy Buchanan Story by Justin Kueber
Battle for Eden: Birth of An Antichrist by Mike Rose
Bear-Proof Suit by Nicholas Shafir
Beast of Virginia by Matthew Corley
Before She Was Joan Crawford by Crecia Mathalia
Behind the Veil by Charlie Coffell
Below The Line by Aaron Smith
Best Dressed by Jay Lien
Betsy and the Emperor by Staton Rabin
Between the Black Teeth by Jerome Marshall
Between the Raindrops by Jori Lynn Felker
Beyond Hollywood by Anton Diether
Beyond Revenge by Julianne Bianchi
Bill's Butcher Shop by Nick Marini
Billy Kufelt by Ronald Ecker
Black & Blue by Marvin Reid
Black Cat by Chris Phillips
Black Squadron by Sarah Knapp
Blind Justice by Ramona Taylor
Blood and Dreams: Complicit by Suzanne Griffin
Blood Law by Adam Simmons
Blood Law by Keith and Cassie Hayasaka
Blood of the Manor by Robert Drusetta
Blood's Child by Steven Bogart
Blue Skies & Gunfire by Mary Davie
Boomerangst by George Johnson
Boy From Earth by Marc McCutcheon
Boy/Love by Mike Wong
Brickbat by Mark Donnell
Bronze Bullets by Brooke Solomon
Buck and the Angel by James Schlicker
Bulldozer Girl by Irwin Greenstein
Burden or Courage by DaRon Ross
Celestial Bodies by Monique Patterson
Cesar and Max by Susan Klos
Cesar and Max by Susan Klos
Chasing Spielberg by Robert Tobin
Chicago P.I. by Dave Orvis
Chokepoint by Tamra Teig
Circus Animals by Frank Hays
City of Souls by Chris Pittas
Clearcut by Kenneth White
Climbers by Alexander Julian
Cloistered by M Rowan Meyer
Clot by JT O'Neal
Codswallop by Paul Larsen
Comic Book Hero: The Scarlet Flame by Neil Golin
Consumed by Don Stroud
Conversion by Kirill Kiselev
Converted by Dana Quercioli
Convict Candidate by Matthew Myers
Crash Backwards by Randall Hahn
Crash by Marie Jones
#CrimeCast by Robin Fusco
Cuddler-for-Hire by Ourdia Hodge
Curse of the Sampires - The TV Saga of Samurai Vampires by P.K. Silverson
Cyclone Santa by Robyn Opie Parnell
Dancin' Home by Jeff Eagle
Danger Close by Shawna Chance
De Moray by Rory Lawie
Deacon's Point by Blake McCallister
Dead and Married by Kristina Jilly
Dead Gen by Brad MacPherson
Dead Man's Gulch by Rob Rex
Dead Stop by Evan Michael
Dead Stop by Nathan Scoggins
Dear Langston by Kevyn Richmond
Deconstructing Radha by Amir Ohebsion
Demons 4 Dummies by Rollin Jewett
Deny, Deny, Deny by Gail Brice
Destroyer by Colin McLaughlin
Diamond Payback by Craig Weeden
Die Laughing by Mike Murphy
Dinner for der Fuhrer by Ken Oxman
Dirty Laundry by Adam Fried
Don't Look Back by Jesse Klein
Don't Tell A Soul by Dan Stone
Dr. Franka by Scott Nabat
Driftwood by Matthew Rafferty
E. Bunny by Dayle Dodds
Ella & Marilyn by Jon Davis
Empress of Elsewhere by Brian Herskowitz
Engagement Chicken by Elena Christina Wagoner
Escarghost by Helen Rose Roberts
Euthanized by Don Stroud
Evil in Sight by Fiore DeRosa
Evolution Zero by Madeline Rooks
Exabyte by Daniel Abrams
Execution of Honor by Mark Rashid
Exodus by Anthony Moore
Fairy Christmas by Dayle Dodds
Fairyland by Granville Oluikpe
Falling Awake by David Jones
Falling Home by Scott Lipanovich
Family First by Chloe Samillano
Farewell Barley June by Jeff Eagle
Fast Fade by Linda Boroff
Faster Than Bullets by Pat Holden
Fat Lady Sriracha by Reeyaz Habib
Fear by Christian Hearn
Feed The Monster by Rob Rex
Femme Fatale by Hiram Hoffman
Fence Off by Karolyn Szot
Ferguson by Jon Alston
Field Trip by Claudio Martinez-Valle
Finding Serenity by Starling Thomas
Fired by Mallie McCown
Fires of Saint Sebastian by Tomek Chenczke
First Realm Problems by Becca Blackmore
Fish Heist by John Hallmann
Fits the Crime by Steve Blame
Flat-rate Frank by Jeffrey Howe
Flop N Rage by Jimmy Prosser
Fly Girls by Deborah Seibel
Flying Bird's Lost Treasure by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel
Follow the Badge by Jayson Crittenden
Fontana by Ian Feldman
For Little Girls Who Are Afraid To Speak by Ano Okera
Forever Charlee by Hank Isaac
Foundtown by Chelsea Totten
Frances by Shawna Chance
Frankie by Isaiah Nielson
Freedom Crossing by Chris Thomas
Freedom on Trial by Gene Chill
Fuck Sleep by Jason Goldberg
Full Contact by Dave Kraft
Fumus et Umbra by Christina Katsiadakis
Game Life by Odin Ozdil
Game On by Ariel Wilkins
Gangsta Love by Jill Gurr
Girl of The Palio by Melissa Birks
Girl Trouble by Devi Snively
Glorious Mack by Jay Lien
Gnaw by Kathryn Kyker
Gods of the Forgotten by Anthony McBride
Godz by J.R. Jarrod
Gold Trail Pass by Rob McNeil
Golden Age by Jon Davis
Good From Evil by Seaton Kay-Smith
Goodfella Pizza by Drew Henriksen
Grand Guingol by Alex Schor
Grandpa and the 25th by Robert T. Roe
Greenwood by Jody Hadlock
Grim and Her by Brendon Udy
Growing Up Brooklyn by Christina Chinnici
Gun Rally Massacre by Joe Bousquin
Guncle by Tom Stovall
Gusher by Abigail Bean
Hanna Foster and the Guardians of Eden by Arnon Shorr
Hard Courts by Braden Lindstrom
Hawassa Nights by Scott Latta
Heartstone by Michael Williams
Henrietta by Harry Aspinwall
Her Majesty's Wizards by Scott Peterman
High by Eva MeiLing Pollitt
High Strung by Billie Bates
Hit Escape by Mark Reynolds
Hit Me Harder by Max Rissman
Hola Hermana! by Jordan Friedberg
Holler Mercy by Graham Bowlin
Holy Smokes! by Russ Brandon
Hotel Chelsea by Parker Love Bowling
House Money by Don I. Waldo
House Rule by Teresa Barber
How the Yellow Mellow by Eljohn Macaranas
Hunter Killer by Steve Garvin
Hunting Killers by Allen Davis
Hunting Sherman by Jack Vandagriff
Hurricane Tara by Kyle Curry
Hyena by David McAbee
I Command by Brendon Slee
I Stole From Pablo Escobar by Carlos Gutierrez
I Thought We Were Friends by Justine Beed
I, Hunter by Jack Polo
Ian Is Going To Jail by Anna Forsyth
Ice by Stéphanie Joalland
Ice Cream, You Scream by Bruno Derlin
If You Were the Last by Angela Bourassa
Imperial House by Peter Kaufman
Imposed Silence by Marni Sullivan
In Country by Scott Peterman
In the Footsteps of Thaddeus Thackeray by Adam McDaniel
Infection by Matthew Dixon
Inn of the Flying Cows by Caitlin Amans
Inside by Elise Salomon
Intergalactic Fanny Pack Travels by Tony Gaud
Internity by Brian Cohen
Into the Fire by Adam Fidler
Into The Midnight Sun by David Zuckerman
It Had To Be You by April Hartmann
Jesse James vs. Jack the Ripper by Alasdair McMullan
Juice by Andrew Knopp
Jumping into Hemingway's Pool by Nick Roberts
Junior High Genie by Audrey Hackett
Karma by Eric Gable
Kill Like I Do by Kristyna Saja
Kill Tones by Neil Brimelow
Killed Twice in Texas by Jayson Crittenden
King of Swing by Alessandro King
Kinky Grace by Mitchell P Ganem
Kiss the Death from My Lips by Dan Moriarty
Kitchen Sink by Karen Kumor
Laika by Jackie Perez
Last Drop by Bruno Lázaro-Gomes
Last Wolves by Michael Roslen
Late Bloomer by Alexandra Antonopoulos
Legal Gringa by A Page
Legalized by Bryan Torresdey
Lemon by Beth Curry
Lemonlight by M. Rowan Meyer
Les Go! by Catherine Vouvray
Life Coach by Phillip Ramati
Life Without by Kris Crenwelge
Like Mother, Like Daughter by Brett Preiss
Little Deer and the Conqueror of Satan by Wiktor Grodecki
Little Faith by Michael Stark
Longrider by Matthew Dixon
Looking Glass by William Zide
Louise and the Professor by Lise Pyles
Love and the Devil by George Sakers
Lulu & Popcorn: Owl Make A Dog Out Of You by Lauren Schwein
Lunatics by Brian Gabriel
Lust In A Bottle by C.S. Torres
Madame Cavell by Phillip Ramati
Maddie & Mechanic by Greg Enslen
Man out of Time by Arnon Shorr
Mandemic! by Nicholas Horwood
Maxine by Stephanie Elie
Meera by Alex Arjuna Hughes
Mental by Warren Clarke
Milo by Robert Wedge
Mission: Remission by Bryan Valvana
Mistresses of Sleep by Dexter Williams
Mixed Together by Marcus Stricklin
Monstrous by Adam Spring
Moonflower by Beth Curry
Morningwood by T Gordon Stanley
Mother Lode by Mark Beech
Moustache, A Dog In Napoleon's Army by Andrew Garrett
Mrs. Wildermuth by Estes Tarver
Mum Said by Sabina Sattar
My Brother From Another Mother by Manuel Ansoleaga
My Fair Asian by Zenas Cao
My Monster by David Carren
My Sex Life by Rosalyn Rosen
Mythatania - The Adventures of Erin, Owen and the Mythfitz by Nicholas Julius
NarcoBruja by Alessandro Pederzoli
Natural Law by Nick Marini
Near Death by Carlo Carere
NetSleuths.com by Elizabeth J. Musgrave
Never Told Love Story by Konstantin Selivan
Nova Storm by Prakshep Bhatt
Nurse Inland by Rhianna Commens
NZR by Leon Masters
Oak by Claire Shearwood
Oh Deer by Krista Crawford
Old Dogs and St. Nick by Diana Williamson
Old Dominion by Emma Zetterberg
One More Day by Wendy Jean Wilkins
Oradour by Vaughn Roste
Osiris Rising by Sam Peters
Otherworld by Dawn Prato
Our Fathers by Kyle Wilson
Our Town by Brian Bell
Overtime by Tom McLaughlin
Painful Pardon by Robert J. McCrea
Paper Route by Justin Kueber
Paradise by Andy Estrada
Pastel Bears by Jacob Dammons
Patient by M Rowan Meyer
Pearland by James Shippy
People I Don't Even Know by David Jones
Perfect by Alan C. Beard
Pieces Of Eight by Rand Soares
Pieces, or A West Hollywood Club Called Rage by Chris Phillips
Pigpen by Maud Ferrari
Piney Ridge by La'Chris Jordan
Pirate Cove by Hank Isaac
Playing with Fire by Mike Ackerman
Pleasant Grove by Zack R. Smith
Pole Moles by David Morris
Pray For Dawn by Brian McQuery
Predation by Karl White
Pride Floats by James Bergeron
Product 125 by Jim Falletta
Project P.A.R.I.S. by Dennis Douda
Promises by Trevor Mayes
Pros and Cons by Andrea Lawson
Putting Love On The Menu by Andrew McGivern
Quixotic Frida by Ronjoy Borthakur
Rage Against The Night by Akiva Cohen
Ragewater by Scott Lainer
Ramon & Julie by Nicholas Ybarra
Randal, Randy and the Black Hole by Owen Croak
Rat Girl by David Santo
re.Form(ed) by Johnny Gilligan
Reap by Kat Cooper
Recoil by Robert Armanyous
Red Spy Queen by Leslie Lyshkov
Relative Contact by Christine Whitlock
Ren Faire Versus Aliens by Harry Aspinwall
Rent-a-Life by Connor Brown
Reparations by Margie Walker
REPresentative by Alan C. Beard
Residual by John Licata
Resting Bitch Face by Peri Lapidus
Return to Santa by Kevin Naughton
Return to Spalding Drive by Kevin Brunner
Revelations by Johnny Gilligan
Rewind - The Blockbuster Initiative by Justin Bellow
Rex After College by Jake Horvitz
Riggers by Dane Krogman
Rita RPM by Janet J. Lawler
Riverbank by Richard Wamsley
Rock and Roll Soccer by Evan Balkan
Rogues by Adam Rocke
Root by Katherine Street
Rose and the Coyote Killer by Craig Paulsen
Rowan's Ashes by Miranda Valenti
Ruby by Jessica J Rowlands
Rules For Being a Mutt: Ramadan by Mithra Alavi
Running Through Stones by Scott Lipanovich
Sa'Be (The Legend of Bigfoot) by Benjamin Sarno
Sacred Profanity by Malcolm Wong
Salt and Pepper by Cheryl Willis
Saving Mark Twain by Staton Rabin
Scapegoat! by Nan Schmid
School Mouse by Tiffany Alzatti
School Nights by John Killoran
SCOTUS by Alan Jenkins
Scream Play by Bill Swotes
Second Chances by Jill Gurr
Seraphim's Miracle by Jeremy Storey
Shade by Scott Cramer
Shadow of the Bear by Randy Vampotic
Shady's Last Stand by Stan Barton
Sham of a Marriage by Audrey Knox
Silk City by Nathaniel Gorgonus
Silverlight by Victor Spiegel
Sinderella by Christopher Rebbert
Sins of My Father by Jane Therese
Sis by Andy Golub
Sit Pretty by Keil Troisi
Skip Pretty by Kaisha Bicknell
Smoke on the Water by Michael Gossette
Smudge by Robert J. McCrea
Some Kind of Rot by Connor Brown
Something Completely Different by Andrew MacQuarrie
Something Else Ever After by Sylvie Beaudin
Soul of Steel by Sam Peters
Sovereign Citizen by Craig Peters
Spiralmind by Benito Perez
Splashdown by Don Stroud
Sprinkle Squad by Kristi Dick
Spy Off by Odin Ozdil
St. Jones' Ditch by Sarah Brockmann
St. Patrick's Day by Patrick Caulfield
Stars by Guillermo Lozano Martínez
Starstruck by Elizabeth Dwyer
Strike the Halls by Christopher Robbins
Stupid Girl by Tony Jerris
Sumo Football by Scott Jacobs
Surface Tension by Steve Wisniewski
Surrender by Shannon Wells
Sweet Black Bottom by DaRon Ross
Syvertsen's Complex by Marni Sullivan
Tales Of The Griots by Michael Tucker
Tango Down by James C. Burns
Team Player by Kris Crenwelge
Tengu by Eric Gable
Terror Team by Sean Reidy
The 2 Abigails by T Gordon Stanley
The Abyssinian by L.E. Coleman
The Adventures Of Elf Abba - Abba Gets Her Wish by Rey Ramirez
The Aloha War by P.K. Silverson
The Angel of History by Travis Weedon
The Black Watch by Gordon Roback
The Blunder Years by Fernanda Fantauzzi
The Boy With Stars in His Pocket by Elaine Stirling
The Brujo by Kermit Davidson
The Cauldron by Edi Ibok
The Christmas Closet by Richard Alvarez
The Daffodil Field by Simon Wilkinson
The Dahl House by Heather Ellingwood
The Delivery by Gil Seltzer
The Deposition by Kelly Rothberger
The Domovoi by Lisa Jay
The Dumb Ox Bellows by John Connell
The Exile by Gustavo Garzon
The Factory by Kevin Brunner
The Fear by Lane Bachelder
The First Year by Jori Richman
The Floating World by Michael Rhodes
The Folklorist by Emma Benten
The Forgotten One by Troy Spatafora
The Founders by Adam Pachter
The Further Adventures of Jimmy Lynch by Robert Rossetti
The Good Book by Linda Gauer
The Good Twin by Zach Bliss
The Groomsman and the Train of Nyarlathotep by Neil MacKay
The Gunfight by Keith Davidson
The Hotel Palmyra by John Montgomery
The In-Laws by Laura West
The Insidious Impact of Anton by David Hilder
The Jack-O-Lanterns by Dan Goforth
The Killer B's by Dave Chan
The Kindred by Nell Scannon
The Language of Wolves by Nan Schmid
The Last Farm by David Wappel
The Last Great Ankle Contest by June Escalante
The Last Vikings by David Thorndill
The Lease of Nature by Anderson Boyd
The Life Book by Jay Smith
The Litany (or the Elephant, the Owl, and the Fox) by Evan Cooper
The Little Room Above by Samuel Minier
The Locket's Journay by Phillip Cook
The Lonely and the Damned by Javier Tessari
The Memory Room by Mark Rashid
The Midnight Tour by Chris Bolton
The Misery Index by David Burton
The Moment by Tess Melvin
The Nightline Attic by Denis Memedoski
The Only Shot by Lynn Amato
The Open Window by Marcia McNair
The Painter's Child: Ghosts of Dauphin Island by Olga Regina Doi-Kollegger
The Penetration Expert by Jeffrey Chase
The Probation Officer by Harry Burrus
The Protégé by Kennedy Sabelko
The Queen Annes by Elizabeth J. Musgrave
The Queen Annes by Elizabeth Musgrave
The Quest for the Shamir by Candyce Petersen
The Red White & Brutes! by Alex M Langenfeld
The Resistance by Sydney Sterling
The Ryan Express by Laura & Rachael Doukas
The Santa Line by Jim Newton
The Secret World of Danny Lopez by Samuel Garza Bernstein
The Sixth Extinction by Richard Bailey
The Sky Over Rebecca by Matthew Fox
The Sky Road by Ellen Federico
The Smugglers' Tunnel by Eric Murphy
The Sorrow Veil by Russ Lindway
The Storm King by Alexander Hendler
The Summer I Shrank My Grandmother by Anita Brandt Burgoyne
The Surveillance of Ordinary Things by Susan Brunig
The Sword in the Sprawl by Matthew Scarpa
The Tormented by Dale Janda
The Transmogrification of St. Bunnycrisp by Cate Wood Hunter
The Trouble With Martha by Olga Rozanova
The Unfavored One by Ruby Smith
The Vacationers by Daniel Abrams
The Valraven by David Beran
The Vengeance of Eleanor Dumont by Tim Northburg
The Westchester Boys by Kevyn Richmond
The White Witch Of Rose Hall by Shaunia McKenzie
The Winter House Haunting by Dayle Ann Hunt
There's a Baby Hippo in the Pool by Pat Doherty
TheThree-legged Mare by David McDonagh
This Is America by Jared Walker
This Is Not A Hoax by Kristin Raven
ThoseWhoDon'tLearnFromHistoryAreDoomedtoLasVegas by Christopher Hlas
Throwback by Elvin Betancourt
Ticket 2 Ride by Ken White
Til Truth Do Us Part by Adam Fortner
Tilt by Pearse Lehane
Together We Are an Ocean by Kevin Rexroat
Too Bad About Snowball by Paul Larsen
Torch by Jason McBeth
Touch & Go by Andy Golub
Tragic Flaw by Hester Schell
Trevor by Michael Hornsby
Tricking Gravity by D Anthony
(True) North by HF Crum
Tucker by Rachel Fischer
Tutankhamun Not in Common by Robert Rogers
Two-Faced! by John Madormo
Umbilical by Jaye Nolan
Underground by Brendon Udy
Union 415 by Tony Savage
Unlikely Ohana by Jennie Lee
Unplanned by Scott Peterman
Unstoppable by Gerald Large
UXO: Unexploded Ordnance by Celina Dobson
Valentine by Debra Sharkey
Vanishing Terrorists by Ann Carpenter
Victorian by Wyatt Berens
Victoriana by Troy Peery
Voices by Susan Klos
Walker's Juju by Gary Towner
Warrior Warrior by Brian Michaels
We Are The Shadows by Chigozie Ndolo
Wearing of the Green by Rachel Paul
Wendigo by David Zuckerman
Were by Carter Friend
What a Wedding by Jeremy Black
What The Heart Wants by Andy Golub
When in Rome by Jeff Naparstek
When the Bass Drops by Marlene Rhein
When The Men Were Gone by Skye Emerson
Where He Buried Me by Joe Bousquin
Where is Home by David Rocchio
Whistler's Mother by Robbie Robertson
Who Was Cary Grant? by Jon Davis
Wi-fi Interrupted by Mariana Convery
Will To Power by Michael Mul
Wishbone Wonderland by Steve Dini
Worlds Apart by Cynthia Riddle
Wrestlers by Ryan Wolin
Wrong Side of the Grass by Logan Shaw
Yellow Bird by Tony Jerris
Your Own God by T Gordon Stanley
Zora & Zizi by Desa Larkin-Boutte

Updated: 08/01/2020

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