Glenn Devlin



Ever since he began writing at the age of 10 in the basement of his parent's home, Glenn has been winning awards. Glenn wrote a short story in high school about talking houses that earned him first place where he won a pocket dictionary. Later he wrote a conspiracy novel about a secret formula hidden inside of Rubik's cube. The novel went nowhere but only whetted Glenn's appetite to write more.

At Gallaudet, Glenn churned out countless short stories of horror and science fiction for the University newspaper, "The Buff and Blue." He went on to win the Mac Dougall Creative writing competition and the Lillian Gourley Rakon Creative Writing Awards. Taking a stab at screenwriting while in college, his first script, "Wrath of the Dragon," was a
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“It was a rush of freedom and exhilaration. Time at this moment had no beginning or end. What he did no longer mattered. How he came to say his final three words, he did not understand, but they came out with all the defiance he could muster. "Go to hell.”
Glenn Devlin, The Old Man from the Stars

“The Epinadrionians were the most feared and hated creatures in the galaxy. They ate their victims alive after reviving them from paralysis. While the victim is struggling or in terror, the body produces adrenaline for defense on which the Epinadrionians feasted while the victim was still breathing. No other race would trade or do business with them. He felt sick. There was no telling what the Epinadrionians would do with the Gordons.”
Glenn Devlin, The Old Man from the Stars

“Mike was all over the Douglas DC-3 transport. The 1936 version that Jimmy bought could seat 21 passengers. The low-wing monoplane was powered by two 1,200-horsepower Pratt & Whitney radial engines and was equipped with a retractable main landing gear.”
Glenn Devlin, The Old Man from the Stars



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