DOUG CORDELL is a writer now based in the Bay Area.
APR 2010 | Express
Its different than this building, Hector said as I counted out the bills.
What do you mean?
NOV 2007 | Express
A friend of mine hooked me up with Dr. Groovy. Id been plagued by a mild, but enduring fever and a persistent tingling feeling behind my left ear; the word encephalopathy was in the air that summer. Id just moved back to
DEC 06-JAN 07 | Express
I truly liked Victor, thought he was the real dealan edge character, for sure, but a seeker, which is a rare things these days. There were, however, increasingly unsettling aspects of living with him.
SEPT 2008 | Express
I moved to Los Angeles on a bright November day last year, landing at the Burbank airport almost to the minute when the Writers Guild went out on strike. I had come out West planning to set myself up in a secluded bungalow in the sleepy hills of Echo Park or Silverlake.
SEPT 2006 | Express
Politics splits along interesting lines here on the upper left side of the country. In the Oregon race for governor, four candidates are looking to knock off the incumbent, a middle-of–the-road technocrat (need I say Democrat?) named Ted Kulongoski.
SEPT 2004 | Film
I got a gig as a writer on a kids TV show. A playwright friend of mine hooked me up. I had never done much of that kind of work, but I figured it would be a good way to make some quick money, without taking too much time away from my novel.