Post Script Crew

Post Script Productions (formerly Primitive Screwheads) have been writing on the web since 2012. They write short stories and reviews, make mash-ups and and perform live.

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Doz has dabbled in radio, film, and theatre, but never to monetary success. As a result, he works in marketing and spends his free time writing doing this. You can get a full list of his posts in his Author Archive.


Pierce Nahigyan is a Southland writer and performer. A graduate of Northwestern University, he majored in Sociology and History to no great profit beyond a healthy fear of popular culture. He is a staff writer for Nation of Change and an editor and columnist for the feminist website His writing has also appeared in Thought Catalog and the LA Post Examiner. You can read his short fiction at Aleph to Zydeco and find a full list of his film reviews, articles and cartoons at his Author Archive.


Jeffrey Kieviet is an actor/writer/producer/director who has worked all over Orange County and LA. Favorite recent performances include “pool (no water)” by Mark Ravenhill and “Ravens & Writing Desks” by Angela Lopex and Ryan McClary. Jeffrey also recently directed “Fun and Nobody” by Howard Korder & co-directed with David Chorely “Woman in Black” adapted by Stephen Mallatratt, both at Stages Theater in Fullerton. Look out for upcoming performances of “Ravens & Writing Desks” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival with Post Mortem Movement Theatre. Check out more of his posts on @His Article Archive


Casey Moriarty cannot be represented under a human similitude. He has been perceived by mortals as an actor, writer, special effects make-up artist, danseur, sailor and blacksmith. Legend has it he was borne across space and time to Midgard on a raft of cuddly hamsters. For more, visit his Author Archive.

average-billWilliam “Average Bill” Madden is a DJ, sound mixer, and artist. He is best known for his work on SoundCloud. Bill has been all over the place, from Southern California to Northern California, which is like going through seven states on the East Coast.

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