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Born in Cleveland, Scott Henkle (Comic Writer / Illustrator) has an MFA in fiction from the University of Washington and has published prose work in Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, and The Massachusetts Review, where he was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His visual/textual work has been featured in Web Conjunctions, Seattle's City Arts Magazine, and on the City Arts blog. More of his work can be found at scotthenkle.com and he features weekly comics/drawings at scientistsupremeallologies.com. He is currently in various stages of development on a novel, a dissertation, a graphic novel, and two sons.
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Our Greatest Year
Our Greatest Year
This is part of the Comic Book Festival at the Brick theater. Our Greatest Year is a blend of live theater and motion comic that examines a year in the life of a Cleveland, Ohio sports blogger in conjunction with the city's 2007 sports year, in which each of its three major teams flirt with greatness only to end (predictably, if you ask anyone from Cleveland) in failure. an American Splendor-style dark comedy, Our Greatest Year is about trying to create a life that can sustain us, even while reality consistently disappoints our expectations. absolutely nothing can go as well as planned, but this still might be our greatest year.
written by Robert Attenweilier and Scott henkle
575 Metropolitan avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211 17 Jun 2011
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one act 70 min
Male: 1 Female: 1 Other: -
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