Stephanie Moore Hopkins of indieBRAG and the book blog, Layered Pages, has a fine series called “A Writer’s Life,” in which she digs a little deeper with selected writers to discover their process and perspective. I was honored to be invited to participate!
I’d like to welcome Lorraine Devon Wilke back to Layered Pages to talk about her writing. She is an author, photographer, singer/songwriter, started early as a creative hyphenate. First, there was music and theater, next came rock & roll, then a leap into film when a feature she co-wrote (To Cross the Rubicon) was produced by a Seattle film company, opening doors in a variety of creative directions.
In the years following, she wrote for and performed on theater stages, developed her photography skills, and accrued a library of well-received feature screenplays (The Theory of Almost Everything was a top finalist in the 2012 Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest; A Minor Rebellion a Quarter Finalist in that same event in 2014). She kept her hand in music throughout – songwriting, recording, performing – leading to the fruition of a longtime goal to record an original album…
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