Saturday, February 18, 2017

fixer-upper kids

I've been rewriting an old script this past week with the help of my favorite critic, Wife-Hannah.

GINSENG tells the story of an alcoholic veteran who angers territorial locals when he drags his estranged son on a camping trip in the Appalachians. 

It's startling to go six or seven scripts into the past and realize just how ugly this little word-baby of mine has gotten by way of comparison to my other, newer, more patently attractive children. It's also fun to see this evidence that I've improved. I've had great fun rewriting it - prettying it up with all my newly-developed word-ninja skills. 

If you're curious, you can check out the first few pages of the script HERE.

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