After meetings with Franchot Tone in 1950, wrote a screen treatment for a film based on the life of dancer Isadora Duncan. The film never went into production.
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Did You Know?
"If I thought this was a valid cross section of the reading public, I would give up writing." (in response to the hate mail that met the publication of her famous story "The Lottery" in The New Yorker, 1948)
Author Jack Ketchum
narrated 10 pages from the legendary horror novel 'The Haunting of Hill House' aka
by Shirley Jackson. The reading took place in Burlington, Massachusetts at the annual 'Shirley Jackson Awards for outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, horror, and the dark fantastic'.