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"Security" a quarterfinalist in ScreenCraft's Cinematic Short Story Competition

An old short story of mine, "Security," has reached the quarterfinalist level in ScreenCraft's Cinematic Short Story Competition. I had a little success with this contest last year with my stories "Bell" and "Real-Life Experiences," so I decided to give it another try. The contest is designed to find prose stories with cinematic adaptation potential. "Security," originally published in Barrelhouse and nominated for a Pushcart Prize, is the story of an anxious security guard who's well aware that if this were a spy movie, he'd be an expendable character who has five seconds of screen time before being killed by the super-agent.


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