Tell me about ScreenFish!
ScreenFish.net is a non-profit website devoted to engaging the stories that matter in our culture. Although we’re willing to speak with narratives in various streams, our primary focus is in the area of television and film. In other words, anything on a screen. Why?
Because Screens Reveal…
We, at ScreenFish, believe that the stories we tell reveal who we are. Through the narratives that we share, we recognize that they are often windows into the deepest longings of our souls. In this space of freedom to express ourselves, we believe it is an opportunity to engage these points of view from an open and faith-based perspective.
We, at ScreenFish, believe that the arts offer echoes of deeper spiritual callings and realities. As a faith-based site, we recognize that our God is a creative God and story-telling is one manner in which He seeks to inform and engage our world. We, at ScreenFish, seek to examine and engage these spiritual imprints in an effort to discover God’s voice where it is active in our world today.
We, at ScreenFish, recognize that narratives such as film and television are a key way in which we are brought together as our world. By sharing our stories with one another, we create spaces for conversation around the things that matter most to us while, at the same time, listening to each other in humility and grace.
Welcome to the conversation. Welcome to ScreenFish.
Jacob Sahms, Editor
I write for Citizen and The Dove Foundation as well as ScreenFish. Friend me on Facebook, follow my tweets @Spider_Raven, or comment on one of my posts here.
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Steve Norton, Editor
Born at a very early age, Steve is a Toronto-based writer and podcaster who loves to listen to what matters to our culture on screen. When he first saw Indiana Jones steal the cross of Coronado, he knew his world would never be the same and, since then, he’s found more and more excuses to digest what’s in front of him onscreen. Also, having worked as a youth and community minister for almost 20 years, he learned that stories help everyone engage the world around them. He’s a proud hubby, father (x2) and believes that Citizen Kane, Batman Forever (yes, the Kilmer one), and The Social Network belong in the same conversation.
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J. Alan Sharrer
I am a writer, web designer, and media aficionado who loves God and thinks that ‘the box’ is overrated. I live in California with my wife and three daughters. Follow me on Twitter @nomoreblackeyes or visit my blog at nomoreblackeyes.com.
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I am a loving husband and father who loves God, comics, and movies. I love to find God’s love and grace in all mediums. You can find my comics reviews at www.comicsfaithandmore.com.
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A lifelong fan of horror and sci-fi, I now write stories that I hope will one day make it to the silver screen. I live with my wife (and my four sons, two dogs and two cats) in Virginia.
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Writing for SF
Interested in writing for ScreenFish? Contact our Editors and they’ll walk you through the process of joining the team!