Writer Profile: jitterymoose
|Favorite films/plays||"Noises Off," "Gypsy," anything by Shakespeare (reader's theater is THE BEST), Top Gear, Red Green, Doctor Who... it goes on and on....|
|Years Done||2010, 2011|
|Years Won||2010, 2011|
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The Fishing Widow
|My soundtrack would be||Anything and everything by Breaking Benjamin, Evans Blue, and Theory of a Deadman|
A raging storm off the Southeast Alaskan coast in 2006 sent Ethan Lindgren and Colin Claybaugh to the rail to catch the drifting seiner Revelation. After scrambling aboard, they discover that the captain and crew have vanished. But, they are not the only ones aboard and what Ethan sees below only he knows, and not even Colin can pry the secret out of him….
March 2010: Colin, Ethan, and their crew set out from Port Saint Anne aboard Colin’s seiner into the teeth of the Sitka Herring Sac Roe Fishery. The combat fishing intensifies and fortunes turn quickly. What was aboard Revelation is now darker, more desperate. Practiced, cunning, and beginning to draw attention, the creature is trapped in unrelenting darkness, held at the very edge of death. The horror surrounding the forgotten loss of the Nantucket whaler The Covenant, in 1835, and the massacre of Spanish priests nearly two centuries earlier in their San Angelo Island mission become something more than merely some Fisherman’s Tale…..
There’s an old saying that goes… The difference between a Fairy Tale and a Fisherman’s Tale is this: a Fairy Tale begins “Once Upon a Time,” while a Fisherman’s Tale begins, “This ain’t no bullshit.”