Allow me to introduce myself...

Screenplays, Novels, Novellas, & Short Stories
Noir, Mystery, Hardboiled & Other Fiction
Screenplays Short Stories Books

   
   

Jack Halliday is a published author & optioned/
award-winning screenwriter,
with over thirty-five years of experience
in radio, television and print media;
including, but not limited to:
 

Publication pending:

  •  "Don't Bank On It" (flash fiction) -- Inaugural Issue, Black Cat   
     Mystery  Magazine, Wildside Press -- 2017
     
  •  "The Woman in the Elevator" -- After The Pause -- September 2017
     
  •  "Finding Phyllis" -- Wildside Press -- date TBA
     
  •  "I Live Two Lives!" (flash fiction) -- The Story Shack -- 18 September
      2017
     
  •   "Remembering Leonard" (digital anthology) -- Wildside Press --
      2017

Re-Publication:

Contest winner:

  •   TheIndiegathering.com, 22nd Annual Film Festival Contest -- 1st place, 2017, Crime-Drama category -- The Queen City Murders
     
  •   TheIndiegathering.com, 21st Annual Film Festival Contest -- 4th place, 2016, Horror Feature category -- Tomorrow is Another Day (alternate title: The Closet)

Contest finalist:

bullet Screencraft.org (quarter-finalist, 2016, Inaugural Short Story Contest) -- Swan Song
 
bullet Scripped.com (sadly, ceased operation 2015) -- Moonlight and Roses
 
bullet  Screenplaycontests.com/horror (sadly, ceased operation 2014) -- The Green Man

Honorable mention:

  •   HorrorHotel.net/page20.php (honorable mention, 2016 Horror Hotel Screenplay Contest) The Green Man
     
  •   The Writer's Journal (honorable mention) -- Moonlight and Roses

Author:

bullet  Book, 12th Mystery Double (Kawanga, and Swan Song and Other Mystery Stories) , published by Wildside Press
 
bullet  Short story, Moonlight and Roses, published in Issue #44 of Hardboiled Magazine
 
bullet  Short story, Black Sunrise, in The Detective Megapack
 
bullet  Short stories, Bedhead Fred's Redhead's Dead, Room 801, and Rainy Tuesday, published in The Noir Mystery Megapack
 
bullet  Available soon: new noir mystery novel, The Big Bluff

 

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:

bullet  "Jack Halliday is one of the brightest new stars in mystery fiction. It's hard to imagine the field in ten years without picturing him as its vital center." -- John Gregory Betancourt, Award-Winning Author,  Publisher of Wildside Press
 
bullet "Jack, I'd be happy to be a part of any film you had a hand in writing." Richard Norton, Australian action star, martial artist (Mad Max: Fury Road, Jackie Chan's Mr. Nice Guy).
 
bullet "I have known Halliday for years, and I am a real fan of his noir fiction. He has a number of good scripts, but his Queen City Murders is a classic of the genre, and is ripe for a feature film - and possibly a TV series."  Ray Nikolaison, Producer, Reel Frog Films, LLC
 
bullet  "Jack, you've got carte-blanche with me: I'll issue a contract for any writing that you want to do." The late Robert Reginald, editor, Borgo Press Imprint of Wildside Press.
 
bullet  "I enjoy your style of writing, and feel you are a gifted author." Nanda Rao, co-producer, The Vault (starring James Franco).
 
bullet  "Jack, thanks for letting me see Swan Song: good story and good writing, lots of good things here, just too long for the magazine. I'll get your story "Moonlight and Roses" into a future issue of Hardboiled." Gary Lovisi, editor/publisher, Hardboiled Magazine, Gryphon Books
 
   
   

Screenwriting Representation:

Ray Cavaleri
Cavaleri and Associates Talent & Literary Agency
3500 W. Olive Ave. #300
Burbank, CA 91505
818.955.9300
cavaleri@hotmail.com

   
   
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To option, purchase, or discuss any of the above works, email me at jack@jackhalliday.com