Posted on July 30, 2020 at 10:52 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The short story “Sinkhole” will become a film produced by Issa Rae and Jordan Peele, reports Deadline.
Haven’t heard of Leyna Krow’s work? That’s okay; that’s not the most interesting part of this post.
The most interesting, at least in our opinion, is the number-crunching that Literary Hub did upon seeing the deal.
According to its calculations, the screen rights cost more than $630 per word.
Worth it? Well, you can read “Sinkhole” in MOSS magazine and make that assessment for yourself.
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