I have a Youtube channel that I’ve been adding things to here and there. I’ve uploaded a few of my Spoken Word performances, so if you have time, check them out. Like this one from 2014, where I talk about my experiences as a Stand-In for awards shows.
Oh my GOSH, you guys! I am one of three Grand Prize Winners of the Stage 32′s Feature Screenplay Contest! My contained thriller SCARED LITTLE GIRLS nabbed one of the top spots and I couldn’t be more thrilled. I will absolutely be posting further adventures here. My guess is that this is the first step in a very interesting road.
I know things have been quiet lately, but that’s because I’ve been writing ALL THE THINGS.
One of those things has just placed as a top 12 finalist in Stage 32′s Happy Writers Feature Screenplay Contest. I wrote a contained thriller called SCARED LITTLE GIRLS, and I’m pretty excited about it.
I once had a boss who I overheard counseling a writer on the phone after a company optioned a script of hers. The boss was saying something to the effect of who cares if it never got any further than the option, “Celebrate every step, no matter how small. Is it time to pop open the champagne? It’s always time to pop open the champagne.”
So even if this goes no further, I’m popping open the champagne.
The micro web series we filmed last year is finally making its online debut Sunday, November 8th on Youtube. Subscribe to our channel here so you’ll never miss an episode (there’s 6!) - bit.ly/beckykateserieschannel I wrote all six episodes and am directing two:
It’s different content on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so make sure you’re following us everywhere!
I firmly believe that being an interesting writer means living an interesting life. So I’m announcing one of my hobbies – studying aerial arts at Womack And Bowman.
I’ve been taking aerial classes since 2011, and Womack & Bowman is where I feel most at home. Believe me, I have no business hauling my happy inflexible butt around in the air, but Brett Womack and Rachel Bowman have been nothing but supportive and encouraging.
They’ve been holding recitals showcasing their students’ work for a year now, and this is the first time I’m participating. So if you’d like to see what a complete non-pro can do (and it’s not too shabby) come check out the shows on August 29th.
You can get tickets here, which include admission, snacks and drinks.