I’m a person that likes to create things. Mostly I’m a writer, but I’ve been known to produce the occasional podcast or short video. I’d like to do more, and I’d especially like to get paid large piles of money. Of course, small piles of money, pizza, an interesting experience, or a shout-out can always be substituted in lieu of a large pile of money.
Here’s an example of some of my work. Enjoy it and share it with your friends if you’re so inclined. If you have some work that needs done, contact me through this site, on Facebook, on Twitter, or email me at jericho[dot]mccune[at]gmail[dot]com.
Dogwood: In the late 80s, the Midwest was a cradle of boredom, filled with listless teenagers. Then hardcore punk invaded, and lives changed. Not all of that change was good. This is a look at one of the many scenes that sprung up, and a few of the lives it touched. The complete script is available online. You can read it here.
East Greets West: Coyne travels to China to visit an old friend as an excuse to meditate on his goals. Almost immediately after landing, he’s flung into the dramatic and crazy lifestyle maintained by a group of foreigners that make Beijing their temporary home. The first 30 pages are available online.
Perfidy: People Sally knows keep dying. Who’s killing them and how is it connected to her? Perfidy is a fifteen minute short with plenty of room to grow into a feature. Read the script here.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Enter The Wrecker, The Trials of Eliot Franklin: Two spec scripts for the television show of the same name. Written before the show went to air, they still could fit neatly into the first half of the first season. Read Enter the Wrecker here, and The Trials of Eliot Franklin here.
Names You Should Know – Sylvia Robinson: A profile of the woman known as the “Mother of Hip-Hop,” detailing the long music career that led her to becoming the writer and producer of two of the most influential records ever released. Find it here.
Geek Drama – Chapter One: The Game Begins: The first chapter of a novel steadily nearing completion. Here it is.
7 Fantasy Series to Read While You’re Waiting For A Song of Ice and Fire to Finish: People enjoy lists. A lot. I write lists. This is one example.