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Aubrey Hansen

Author & Screenwriter


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Join the Unaccepted!

Humanity has finally achieved its dream of unifying the world as one people. Unfortunately, you're not invited.

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Peter's Angel

In the wake of a lost War for Independence, Peter Jameson, a young colonel, struggles to protect his tiny patriot state of Rhode Island from the oppression of New Britain, the wealthy British duchy.

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5 Confessions about Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

Dear reader, I must confess that I went to see Pride & Prejudice & Zombies the week it opened, despite never having read the book.  Further more, I must confess that I adored it.   It was inevitable, perhaps, for you see, dear reader…

1–I love zombies, and there haven’t been many good zombie films since World War Z.  I am especially susceptible to movies that present a new twist on the zombie virus and the science thereof, which this film did quite well, I would like to point out.  The zombies in this film aren’t anything like I’ve seen before.  So, … read more »


The Balcony – semi-finalist!

The Balcony has been accepted as a semi-finalist in the 2016 Christian Worldview Film Festival!

My producer Jordan Smith of Phantom Moose Films surprised me with the news, and it came as a huge boost of encouragement after I’d been out of the writing race for awhile.  The Balcony is my third short script that has been produced by Phantoom Moose, and you can watch it on YouTube here:

I had actually written this short script many years ago in a fit of inspiration after attending a concert at a college with my brother.  I had admired the grand … read more »


You know you’re getting old when…

I must be getting old.  Sure, I’m only twenty… something… but I feel old, like I’m past my prime and I’ve been reduced to watching all the young whippersnappers surpass me.

At least, that’s how I feel every time one of my friends takes the big, scary step of publishing their first book, officially graduating from our old clique of “teenagers that like to write” and becoming an official “adult who published a book.”

To borrow the Tumblr term, there’s so much “adulting” going on, and it’s making me feel old and washed up!

Okay, okay, maybe I should just use … read more »

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