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Writing a screenplay today, unless you are directing it, is like putting a meal in the middle of a forest. Every kind of animal is going to come up and fight over it-grab food, throw food, crap on the plate. That meal is so destroyed by the time everyone has had his or her way with it, you're lucky if you see forty percent of that film.
Organized the SCAD Writer's Assembly, bringing Savannah's writing community together to read from their works. Geller himself read a chapter from "Feist," his novel-in-progress about a German Jew living in Savannah during the Civil War and Reconstruction.