Is there a link between readmission and a hospital’s non-profit status?
My editorial about how hospitals with CEO’s who go home with more than a million-dollar paycheck and yet somehow maintain a non-profit status should do more for their communities was published on KevinMD.com. I’m thrilled with what I hope will the first of many editorials.
Three of my works made it to the top of the Red List in 2019, and I can’t thank Coverfly and the judges who helped me improve each story immensely.
The Red List Ranked # 3 in Cinematic Short Story Prose – Sick Robot.
The Red List Ranked # 3 in Sci-Fi Short Screenplays – The Writer’s Home.
The Red List Ranked # 15 in Fantasy Feature –
The Flight of Man.
Check out my profile on Coverfly to learn more – D.C. Lozar.
Having moved up from quarter to semifinalist for The Flight of Man, I am privileged to share the honor with so many of my skilled peers. Thank you #Screencraft for this amazing opportunity.
The Flight of Man:
In the Brazilian rain forest, a research scientist struggles to save a lost tribe of winged humans from discovery.
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Having moved up from quarter to semifinalist for the fellowship opportunity, I am ecstatic for Dream Warrior’s Success and humbled by my talented peers. Thank you #Screencraft for making a difference and letting writers share their vision. Hone your craft, follow your dream, and never stop believing – It’s the truth.
A lab accident exposes three teens to experimental nanobots that allow them to bring their dreams into the real world.
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I couldn’t be happier. It is a fantastic privilege and distinct honor to be among the quarterfinalists for #Screencraft’s Fellowship Program. Congrats to everyone and good luck! D.C. Lozar for Dream Warriors.
I’m very proud and honored to have The Shadow King move onto a semifinalist position within Screencraft’s Short Story Contest – Check out a list of current titles:
Also, Weirdbook has accepted my short story, Juliet’s Moon, for publication in their 41st issue. Douglas Draa is the best editor around. Thank you, Doug. Thank you Wildside Press and Weirdbook.
I’m sorry for the posting hiatus, but I do have some exciting updates to share. CyberWeird Stories has been inducted into the Self-e Library Select group of books, which means you can find it in your local public library’s e-book selections. I’m proud and thrilled by this honor and hope you’ll consider looking up CyberWeird Stories or one of the other fantastic books they offer in their system.
“Taking out the Trash,” a scary short story about an alley garbage bin that never needs to be emptied has been accepted by WeirdBook for Nov. 2018. “Dead Line” is featured in #36 along with many other fantastic stories – Pick up a copy today. My most profound respect and admiration go to Douglas Draa, the world’s best editor and a staunch supporter of weird fiction.
McFarland Books has offered me a non-fiction book contract for “Doctor Dodo – On the Edge of Extinction” about how technology is undermining the Doctor-Patient relationship and what can be done to save it. My heartfelt gratitude goes to Rachel Weeks, Elaine Moore, and the McFarland team for this privilege and responsibility. Release date in late 2018 or early 2019.
A new Goodreads book giveaway starts Dec 1 for CyberWeird Stories – Signed, dated, first edition, first print hardcovers. Keep your eyes open and, as always, stay weird.