The Unbearable Opulence of Awesome (a collection of short stories)


The Unbearable Opulence of Awesome is a collection of short stories written over the past 10 years by journalist/writer/performer Trent Wilkie. In a volume that houses everything from the utterly inane to the sincerest of tragedies, this volume explores ideas and situations that don't specifically rest in any genre. Although based in fiction, there are real life experiences …

Book On Tape – The Play


Media Release For immediate release: September 22, 2011 Media contact: Liz Lepper, Bottom Line Productions 780-988-8914 x 3 | liz@bottomlinepro.com Trent Wilkie presents Book On Tape (The Play) Written by: Trent Wilkie Starring: Joleen Ballendine and Trent Wilkie Sound Design/Production by: Brian Bergum Video Componentes by: Mike Robertson Directed by: Taylor Chadwick Writer and performer …

Dating Tips


The problem with dating is that people take it too seriously. The ultimate goal of any date should be to simply find a person you can spend the rest of your living existence with. No big deal when you think about it. How to meet people, attire, conversation and future dates all sounds complicated, but …

Top Three Fälschung Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen


Sex Kill - 2002 Description - A down and out Berlin prostitute finds out the best way to make money, besides hooking, is to be a part time hired assassin. Scene to be seen – After killing the Estonian Delegate, she finds herself face to face with another assassin who is looking to get into …

Zombies VS. Office Workers


Pitting the all-consuming, ravenous, wandering sensibilities of the office worker against the metaphorical embodiment of their undead doppelgängers is like watching cannibals eating cannibals. Let’s see who comes out on top! Motivation The office worker hates what he does and always looks forward to that next big thing. The Nickelback show or Beyoncé’s new album …

Yeah,I wrote a story about cancer research…


I’ve interviewed a lot of people in my day. I’ve interviewed rock stars, movie stars, chefs, writers and directors. I’ve even interviewed someone who considered themselves all of those things (sorry Mr. (Leslie) Nielsen, but I heard your guitar playing was subpar). But, one of the most pleasant and intelligent people I’ve had the pleasure …