Here are some comments submitted from the readers of the 2009 "Back in the Box" competition where it showed as semi-finalist:
"Distinctive. The writer uses the Spanish Harlem dialect to good effect. No one on Earth talks the way these characters talk. You immediately know you're not in Kansas anymore from the very first word. The words have an edge to them and a sense of vivid life in the brownstone tenements. It's very evocative. "
"The characters are certainly flavorful and spicy as the dialogue. Tony, Negra and even Millie and Carmen may have issues but they are never dull to listen to or visualize."
Here is the link to the results of that competition where "A Wound In Time" is listed as one of the semifinalists: 2009 BACK IN THE BOX SCREENWRITING COMPETITION
The screenplay "A Wound In Time" placed in the quarter-finals in the Fade In Awards: