Former Fulbright Scholar. MFA in Fiction Writing from Columbia University.
Joe's writings have appeared in Action: Spectacle, Anathema Magazine, Blunderbuss Magazine, and Apogee Journal.
His audio scripts have been published by the Eeriecast Network.
His video game projects have appeared in Nexus Mods and on the Steam Store.
Fiction short story about two workers in a superstore who attempt to bond over comic books.
5950 Words When it started it looked like a rash, and I only noticed because of the protests. My nephew, Macho, and I were at the theatre for the opening of The Upholders 3: Time and Space Wars.
I look at my dad's cracked and dirty nails and his eye sockets bulging out as the cop walks up to the side of the car. A sheriff, hand on his gunbelt. My dad has, since the checkpoints went up, wanted to stop living along the border. It'd become unsafe.
First 1/4th of ghostwritten Stanley Tansby cozy mystery novella
Back then not much was different about Joliet except the color. What later became the rust orange barbed wire gets to after an age outside was still shiny steel, guarding the power plant where my uncle worked and the harbor where the riverboats docked.
By: Joe Ponce Imagine an undergrad creative writing workshop. Usually, it hasn't been updated in a while: whitewashed walls, an unused dry erase board with incoherent smears and squiggles. You've given a piece of fiction to be critiqued by a group of other would-be writers, led by a professional, someone with years of experience teaching.
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by Joe Ponce In Beavercreek, Ohio, under the glaringly white fluorescent lights of a Walmart superstore, John Crawford III walked around idly holding a BB gun he'd picked up from a shelf. He holds the gun limply (sometimes using it to scratch his back, his neck) as he speaks on the phone and wanders around...
Listen to this episode from Redwood Bureau on Spotify. The interference of man has long caused disruption to the natural order. Beneath our feet, that disruption now seeks retribution. Hosted by Josh Tomar! https://twitter.com/tomamoto https://www.twitch.tv/tomamoto Episode Story, Intro, and Outro Written by Joe Ponce https://www.clippings.me/users/josephmponce https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-ponce-9ba83a78/ Episode Narration and Sound Design by The Disciple...
Listen to this episode from Redwood Bureau on Spotify. Viral can refer to disease, but it often refers to media. In the case of "SALESMAN", it's a horrible mixture of both to create something else. Something beyond natural and very deadly. Hosted by Josh Tomar!
Video Game Writing
Dialogue produced for use with Molerat character, Fallout: New Vegas Mod
Zeno has accidentally banished his sister, so what now? Create paradoxes to help him complete trials and bring her back, obviously. Take on a wide variety of tightly timed puzzles while collaborating with your past self and experiencing a fully-voiced cinematic story as you help Zeno bring her back.
Character Backgrounds for Massive Warfare: Aftermath Game
Child-friendly Dog vs. Cat Shooter, Dialogue Work
Fallout Companion Mod Dialogue Script: Richie
Voice Acting Demo Reel Script
Villainous Dialogue, futuristic adventure game
Dialogue for untitled VR Robot Game
Top-Down Metroidvania game. Outline.
Level 3 Notting Hill Zone
A short cutscene for a action-adventure Roman-era video game
Yoruban Adventure Story Script for future adventure game
NFT Mystery Discord Narrative
Preliminary Script for Part 1 of Mobile Game
Script Dialogue for Announcer on mobile platform game
Plot & Puzzle Summary of Horror Thriller Game https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scarydudes.scary.clown.horrorgame&hl=en_US
Introduction and Inciting Action of Act 1