Pontiac, Michigan, USA
|Wild Bill||1995||Source Material (from novel)||("Deadwood")||1|
|Paris Trout||Source Material (from novel)||("Paris Trout")||1|
|Mulholland Falls||1996||From Story||n/a||1|
|God's Pocket||2014||Source Material||(from book: "God's Pocket")||1|
|The Paperboy||2012||Source Material (from novel)||("The Paperboy")||1|
|Shortcut to Happiness||2007||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Scripted first TV movie (released theatrically in Europe), Showtime's "Paris Trout"|
|Wrote the novel Train|
|Scripted the novel Paris Trout|
|Penned screenplay for "Rush" starring Jason Patric and Jennifer Jason Leigh|
|Wrote the novel Deadwood|
|Moved West to write for The Sacramento Bee|
|Wrote debut novel God's Pocket|
|Wrote the novel Spooner|
|Penned the screenplay for the neo-noir film "Mulholland Falls"|
|Severely beaten by 30 drunken Philadelphians, armed with baseball bats and upset by with his column|
|Worked for various newspapers in Philadelphia and on the Gold Coast of Florida|
|Turned his novel into screenplay for "The Paperboy," directed by Lee Daniels|
|Wrote novel The Paperboy|
|Wrote the screenplay for "Michael" starring John Travolta|
|Moved to Milledgeville, GA with family|
|Penned "Shortcut to Happiness," a modern-day update of the classic story of "The Devil and Daniel Webster"|
|University of South Dakota|
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