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Angie Gets a Job

Young girl away from home and working at her first job struggles against life's temptations, with uneven success. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

Written by: Linda Boroff     [Contact Author]
Format: Short Story
Starring Roles For: A younger Kate Hudson
Kevin Spacey
Mila Kunis
In the Vein Of: Dazed and Confused
Office Space
Posted: 06/16/2012
Updated: 11/04/2018
Author Bio: Linda Boroff Bio

Linda Boroff graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in English and currently lives in Silicon Valley.

Her writing has appeared in McSweeney’s, Crack the Spine, The Pedestal Magazine, Writing Disorder, The Piltdown Review, Cold Creek Review, 5:21 Magazine, Thoughtful Dog, Gawker, The Guardian, Hollywood Dementia, In Posse Review, Adelaide Magazine, Word Riot, Hobart, Ducts Magazine, Blunderbuss Magazine, Storyglossia, Able Muse, The Furious Gazelle, Eyeshot, JONAH Magazine, The Boiler, In Posse Review, Epoch, Bound Off (podcast), Fiction Attic Press, Black Denim Lit, Stirring, Drunk Monkeys, and is upcoming in Fictive Dream, and in Lifelines, the literary and arts journal of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.

She was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize for fiction. She won first prize in the Writing Place fiction competition and second prize in the American Gems short story competition.

She wrote the feature film, Murder in Fashion Reviewed in New York Times, LA Times, and her screenplay, Space Reserved, is casting in LA. Her short story “Light Fingers” and its script adaptation are currently under option to director Brad Furman and Sony. She adapted the biography of film noir actress Barbara Payton, with producer Don Murphy. Her feature article, “Scandalous: Barbara Payton’s Fast Life and Slow Death in Hollywood” was published in FutureClaw. Her novella, A Season of Turbulence appeared in The Conium Review, and she is writing a dystopian novel set during an epidemic of a new prion disease.