Sketcher by Brian J. Libby | Script Revolution




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In a small town, tormented citizens carry out an elaborate revenge scheme while officials hunt for a plane crash survivor who doesn’t want to be found.
Submitted: September 14, 2020
Last Updated: September 14, 2020

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The Writer: Brian J. Libby

Originally from Maine, I am a biotech patent attorney who enjoys generating fiction, but has no formal training in creative writing and still considers himself to be a student of the craft and is still "finding his way". After years of wanting to write a novel, I completed my first one in 2016, and then wrote two others in the ensuing three years. After finishing my third novel, I had a story idea that I thought would translate better as a screenplay than as a novel, and as such, I drafted a feature drama, Sketcher , that has two big twists. I am currently determining how best to gather feedback on, and generate interest in, this screenplay as I work to create the script of a pilot episode... Go to bio