Wes has long been a writer of comedy on stage, radio and television. He has written prolifically for stage, radio and television. His television sketches helped win the ensemble comedy "Crabs" an Emmy for writing, and his work on the live, national Wolfman Jack radio show is recalled fondly.
Still, Wes has had a dark side brewing under his desire to make people laugh. He also wants to make them lie awake at night fearing the boogeyman. His influences in the macabre include Stephen King, Peter Straub and Ray Bradbury, as well as the delicious twists concocted by O. Henry.
Wes has written a number of novellas and screenplays. They are no longer available to read on this page, but may be available to you soon in other, more prominent locations.