with William C. Martell
I was interviewed in Variety (February 24, 1997) - but that's not available online, featured in The Hollywood Reporter's first Writers Special Issue (February 1994) - also not available online, was the cover interview in The Hollywood Scriptwriter (October 1996) - which used to be online... but they revamped their website, and was interviewed in the first issue of ScreenTalk Magazine (Denmark) - below!
Interview series from Writer's Bloc Show on Virtual Network: Part 1
Interview series from Writer's Bloc Show on Virtual Network: Part 2
Interview series from Writer's Bloc Show on Virtual Network: Part 3
Interview series from Writer's Bloc Show on Virtual Network: Part 4
Interview series from Writer's Bloc Show on Virtual Network: Part 5
Video interview from London's The Writer's Room
Interview in ScreenTalk Magazine
Interview at the British website Future Movies
Interview at Screenwriters Utopia Website
Interview at Done Deal Website
IndieWire article about my stint as a Raindance Film Festival Juror
Interview at Notes On The Web
Interview at Suite 101: Screenwriting
There are a couple more out there, but I've misplaced the URLs. There are also other interviews in print that aren't on the web... like a couple in my home town newspaper and a few film genre mags (Sci-Fi Entertainment did a big story on GRID RUNNERS which included a set visit and interview with me).
Hey - you can read an article by me in every issue of Script Magazine - but they've never interviewed me.
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