FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 2, 2009
What if Neanderthal survived?
San Francisco The drama of man's ancient past is spotlighted in a unique new script for
sale by author Kendall Callas. Neanderthal feeds societys growing interest in the
prehistoric roots of man with a modern day tale of forbidden love and war between species. Built on a
foundation of historical drama, the story is flavored with fireweaving, cannibalism,
cross-species sex, and a primitive duel.
Visit via web to watch streaming video of the 10-minute promo movie, see production stills, and read a
treatment and synopsis of the Neanderthal script. Call or e-mail to request the promo movie
Mr. Callas is a 20-year veteran computer trainer, consultant, and columnist, specializing in law office
automation. He frequently authors articles on computer and travel topics. He is past president of the San
Francisco PC Users Group and has been profiled in InfoWorld and WordPerfect
Magazine. He was educated at UC Berkeley (BS in Business) and lives in San Francisco.
Drawing on his interest in ancient history, Mr. Callas comments:
The fact that Homo sapiens migrated out of Africa 50,000 years ago, and promptly wiped out
directly or indirectly 3/4 of the large mammals on each continent, including all other forms
of man, is an ancient crime that most of us didnt even know we committed. Today we are coping
with a ripple of the same issue: How guilty should modern Americans feel about the near genocide of native
Americans? How long should we feel guilt over sins of the past ... 300 years ... 30,000 years?
Kendall Callas, 268 Bush Street #200, San Francisco, CA 94104