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Steven Clark

A writer since 13, I began screenwriting four years ago as a more direct outlet for my creativity. Since then, I've had two short scripts produced, and two more optioned. My writing style is subtle and understated, yet powerful in its emotional simplicity. I'm currently collaborating on a thriller feature -- and there's more to come. Much more. I can be reached at SAClark69@verizon.net

Scripts By Steven

Rebecca's Blue Sky
A troubled young woman believes she's carrying the baby of the Devil.
Short Drama For sale 13pp
4 readers love this script
by Cam Gray
Junior's Farm
Something's been killing off Junior's chickens...and it ain't infectious bronchitis.
Short Horror Available for Free 10pp
3 readers love this script
Read Review by Steve Miles
Midnight Clear
Unable to forget the past, Bryn has just one Christmas wish, and her husband, who possesses a very special power, is just the man to grant it.
Short Drama For sale 8pp
3 readers love this script
by Julia Cottle
Close To Sunset
After the death of his mother, a middle-aged man learns the horrifying truth about the childhood disappearance of his brother.
Short Thriller Available for Free 15pp
2 readers love this script
Read Review by Steve Miles
Solitaire
A troubled loner is about to get a second chance, and maybe more.
Short Drama Available for Free 9pp
2 readers love this script
Read Review by L. Chambers
Man's Best Friend
Three days after a couple's beloved dog goes missing, a phone call arrives that will change the game. Forever.
Short Crime Available for Free 10pp
2 readers love this script
Read Review by L. Chambers
The List
A desperate man can sometimes find hope in the unlikeliest of places.
Short Drama For sale 1pp
2 readers love this script
Read Review by Michael J Kospiah
Silence, Eventually
Two young men suffer through an eventful first date at a night club, but that is neither the beginning, nor the end, of their personal struggles.
Short Drama Produced 10pp
1 reader loves this script
Read Review by Hamish Porter

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