Tuesday, November 21, 2017

David-Matthew Barnes: Weekly Update

Update for the week of November 16 - November 22, 2017


'RIDING WITH JAMES DEAN' AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER

We're very happy to announce that David-Matthew's new young adult novelette Riding with James Dean is now available from Blue Dasher Press to pre-order in 13 countries. The book will be released on November 28th (one week from today). This Kindle Unlimited title is available exclusively in eBook with a cover price of just .99¢.

About the book: When seventeen-year-old Johnny moves to a sleepy new town and meets the enigmatic Marco, the glamorous Mary, and the punk princess Jemma, his summer nights are soon filled with friendship and love.

Where to pre-order your copy:

US
Australia
Brazil
Canada
France
Germany
India
Italy
Japan
Mexico
Netherlands
Spain
UK


WORLD PREMIERE OF 'BRACELETS AND BOYFRIENDS'

Over the weekend, the Rendezvous Film Festival in Amelia Island, Florida hosted the screening of the world premiere of Bracelets and Boyfriends, adapted from David-Matthew's screenplay and one-act play.



INTERNATIONAL CASTING CALL FOR 'BOXCAR' UNDERWAY

Kupenda Films and Revolver Amsterdam have announced an international casting call for the upcoming film production of Boxcar, adapted from David-Matthew's award-winning screenplay and one-act play. The film goes into production early next year.


'MADE FROM SCRATCH' NAMED OFFICIAL SELECTION

David-Matthew's feature film screenplay Made from Scratch has been named an official selection in the 2017 Hollywood Film Competition. Earlier this year, the script received the Grand Jury Prize at Film Invasion L.A.



'TEMPORARY HEROES' COMING TO SOKA UNIVERSITY

Soka University of America is presenting a production of David-Matthew's romantic stage play Temporary Heroes, opening on December 1st. Ticket information is available here.


PRODUCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GUAM

The University of Guam recently produced two of David-Matthew's short plays, Hour Glass and Threnody. Read more about the event here.

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