AN ACCOMPLISHED WRITER IN SEVERAL GENRES OF THE MEDIUM, Lorraine Devon Wilke has built a library of expertly crafted work with a signature style that exudes both intelligence and humor. Whether screenplay or stage play, novel or short story; article or editorial, her work captures the edge and emotion of real life, incorporating clever plot twists, jump-off-the-page dialogue, and thought-provoking analysis whenever possible.
In 2010 she launched her enduring blog, Rock+Paper+Music, and from 2011 to 2018 was a popular contributor at HuffPost. Her articles and essays focus on political and current events, cultural news, opinion and commentary; art and human interest… all imbued with her particular brand of “sass and sensibility.” Several have been reprinted and excerpted in academic tomes and non-fiction books, and one of her most endearing essays, The Mother of My Reinvention was awarded by The Maine Review. A wide-ranging archive can be found at her page at Contently.
Both her novels, After the Sucker Punch and Hysterical Love, are available in print and e-book at Amazon (where her short story, “She Tumbled Down,” is also available), with booksellers and libraries able to access both books @ Ingram. Her third novel, The Alchemy of Noise, is set for publication in April 2019 by award-winning hybrid publisher, She Writes Press. Stay tuned for updates and promotions via the book’s “Coming Soon” page here at the site.
She has several feature screenplays in her library. Most notably, and early in her career, To Cross the Rubicon (co-written with filmmaker Patricia Royce), was produced by Seattle film group, The Lensman Company, launching her screenwriting era. In the years following, her screenplay, The Theory of Almost Everything was awarded as a Top Finalist in the 2012 Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest; Gina Dreams, a bittersweet love story about a woman whose dream about a child changes her worldview, won an “Honorable Mention” that same year (going on to earn distinction as her “most optioned but never made” film project!), and A Minor Rebellion, a rock & roll dramedy, was a quarter-finalist in the 2014 Big Break Contest; honored as an “official screenplay selection” in the 2018 Beverly Hills Film Festival, and is currently a Quarterfinalist, awaiting final results in the 5th Annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship.
[*Interesting note: the screenplay, The Theory of Almost Everything, was later adapted as Devon Wilke’s second novel, Hysterical Love.]
Devon Wilke additionally works as a script consultant and story analyst, and has collaborated with both producers and writers in the rewriting process of a wide variety of screenplays and television scripts.
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