VERY excited to share the news about the newest iteration of my original radio drama, Vanishing Point. What began on Surf 107 in Wilmington, NC, then NPR and XM, is receiving the animation treatment by a great new company called Paranovella. They specialize in “audiographs” — a combo of graphic novels and old time radio […]
Since it’s getting pretty close to the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of “VOICES OF THE XILED” (Doubleday), the first creative project I ever worked on, though you might enjoy some short films that were based on stories in the collection. Still trying to track down “95” by the mysterious Mark Moenchoffer, but here’s two of […]
Just wanted to give you a look at the demo-reel for the Highland Park African-American History Project. I’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing students at Highland Park High School, and some equally amazing subjects, all of whom were willing to tell us their life stories. Also thrilled to have consulting producers like Lester Spence, […]
Twenty seven years ago, Cassius “Money” Hargrove, a fourteen year-old freshman from New Brunswick, NJ, broke Highland Park High School’s (and my) heart with his cold-blooded game-winner in the Central Jersey Group 1 championship. The story of that game and the racial and socio-economic issues that seethed just below the surface is the subject of my new […]
Thanks to our Chinese publishers for these amazing new covers to Books 1-3. Personal favorite is “The Lost Train of Thought,” but hope everyone in Shan Mei-Lin’s homeland is enjoying each adventure in The Seems. CLICK HERE for more about THE SEEMS and the adventures of Fixer F. Becker Drane.
Click here for the original TV spot and images from UNKNOWN SOLDIER, the feature-length documentary I made for HBO’S America Undercover. Or, if you already have the password, you can just watch the whole movie… Unknown Soldier: Searching For A Father from John Hulme on Vimeo.
I just wanted to thank Ron Croudy and Matt Rockman for helping put this website together. You can see more of their work at www.smartbomb.net and www.rockmandesign.com, and I highly recommend catching them live as their alter-egos — Adventure People. They DJ every Thursday at Botanica (47 East Houston St.) and there are few better […]