Screenplay Semi-Finalist

How I Learned to Blog Like a Champ After the End of the World

A struggling writer named Jonas goes to a coffee shop on a blind date with Daisy and gets bit by a poisonous snake. He wakes up to discover that the world ended several hundred years ago. Benevolent non-human lifeforms have restored him to existence because they want him to blog. An eternity of solitary loafing awaits, but things are not as they seem.

Nick Carmine

Nick Carmine is a writer living in the Midwest. He is the author of “How I Learned to Blog Like a Champ After the End of the World” and other works. “How I Learned to Blog Like a Champ After the End of the World” was an Official Selection of the 2019 Motor City Nightmares International Film Festival. The screenplay was also: Official Selection in the 2018 Horror Films in Hotlanta Film Festival; Official Selection in the 2018 Hollywood Horrorfest; Semi-Finalist in the 2017 Austin Revolution Film Festival’s Short Screenplay competition; and Official Selection in the 2017 Oaxaca Film Festival, where it was a Finalist in the Short Script Competition. Nick’s work has been regularly performed as part of the Cincinnati One Minute Play Festival.