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About the Author
Films written, produced, and directed by Mr. Loverde include the comedy shorts "Snacking", "A Timely Maneuver", "Cranky Call", "Jesus Awakens the Little Girl", and "Speed Dating"; the features "Santa's Letters" and "Till You Get To Baraboo"; and several music videos. His projects have appeared in various film festivals including the Burbank International Children's Film Festival, the Action On Film International Film Festival, and the Bare Bones International Film Festival and are viewable on YouTube.com and other Internet portals.
In addition to the scripts for the above films Mr. Loverde's screenplays include the historical saga "C.C. Julian" and a draft of "Love at Second Bite" for George Hamilton; a feature-length version of his film festival satire short "Snacking" (based on Mr. Loverde's own zany experiences); the action thriller "CODEC"; the romantic comedy "Mergers and Acquisitions"; and the romantic drama "Desire Sleeps".
Mr. Loverde's radio adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' "The Moon Maid", for which he received a commission from The Hollywood Theatre of the Ear, was broadcast twice on National Public Radio. His radio version of "The Killist" was produced by The One Act Players of San Francisco.
His stage comedies include "A Timely Maneuver"; "Beauty, Brains, and Personality"; "Good Business Sense"; "Jesus Awakens the Little Girl"; "The Killist"; "The Maginot Line"; "Mergers and Acquisitions"; "Peace and Quiet"; "Play How You Play"; "'How I Spent My Summer Vacation' by Bobby Sox Age 8"; "Love Fax"; "Sensitivity, USA"; "Till You Get To Baraboo"; "God Answers Children's Letters"; "Santa's Letters"; "So Much Snow"; "Cracking Wise With Billy Wise", and "Uneasy Overture". His dramas include "Spotlight" and "Real Power".
Eleven of Mr. Loverde's titles are currently in publication by Heuer Publishing (HitPlays.com) and Playscripts, Inc. (playscripts.com). And his book of short stories "Gifts for Good Friends" is available through BookSurge.com.