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J. Phillip Wilkins
Los Angeles, United States

J. Phillip Wilkins is a composer and the author of several unfinished books, including 'Desert Witch', 'The Girl From Yuma', 'Laughter, Far Away', and 'Lighthouse At The World's End'. His tenure as one-third of indie pop outfit The Postmarks was followed by a move to the West Coast demimonde.

Won second place in a writing contest at his middle school with his first short story, runner-up to a son-of-a-bitch who plagiarized Stephen King.  Became obsessed with Incans after watching an episode of In Search Of. Over the ensuing decades, he split his time between writing and music, finally making a career with a band while working as a production manager for newspapers and tabloids. In 1992 he finished his copy of the illustrated Angry Candy and called Harlan Ellison (his number was listed). He answered as his butler. John doesn't remember the conversation as it has faded from memory due to the passage of time and the surprising amount of Everclear available at drive-though liquor stores in Quincy, Illinois. In 2001 his co-worker opened a letter containing anthrax. Was John not present when the letter was opened? Did the Cipro save him? He'll never know. Moved to San Francisco at the start of the tech bubble, visited the Winchester Mystery House and crossed off the only item on his bucket list.  Moved back to Florida when the bubble burst. Joined a band, traveled the world and Detroit. Appeared on the children's show Yo Gabba Gabba which was featured in Wandavision so he is officially part of the MCU no backsies. I suppose what you really want to know are his deep motivations for writing. John would contend you have all the information you need. End of line.

Often called 'the poorman's Doc Savage', Wilkins currently splits his time between Los Angeles, CA and Pompano, FL.

Scripts By J. Phillip

Won't You Be My Neighbor
There's always that one, nosy neighbor.
Short Comedy, Crime Available for Free 3pp
23 readers love this script
Read Review by Chris Keaton
Smiling At Ground Zero
A conversation at the end of the world.
Short Drama, Sci-Fi Under Option 7pp
13 readers love this script
Read Review by J.B. Storey
At Night We Wait
Friends decide to track down a serial killer.
Short Crime, Drama Available for Free 15pp
11 readers love this script
A frightened girl thinks a rideshare is her escape from a cult, only to find herself in the trap of a predator.
Short Horror, Thriller Available for Free 15pp
9 readers love this script
Karen thinks she's just selling a condo, but her clients are a cult looking for a place to bring back their god from the netherworld.
Short Comedy, Horror Available for Free 14pp
8 readers love this script
Keep Off The Grass
A high school reunion leads to a harrowing fight for survival.
Feature Horror, Thriller For sale 80pp
8 readers love this script
New Age Enema
A jealous friend gets her wish.
Short Comedy, Fantasy Available for Free 2pp
6 readers love this script
Read Review by Cam Gray
Halloween In Endsville
A kindly old woman has a surprise for trick or treaters. (Can be used as bookend stories for a horror anthology)
Short Comedy, Horror Available for Free 4pp
5 readers love this script
Moscow Summer
A country preacher has a solution for all his followers’ problems.
Short Comedy, Drama Available for Free 5pp
5 readers love this script
Read Review by Cam Gray
A Grey Hat In The North
A North Korean intelligence analyst finds his loyalty tested when he has to save an American woman from the consequences of his work.
Feature Drama, Thriller For sale 116pp
5 readers love this script