In the time of the coronavirus, are there new opportunities for writers seeking representation? I take a deep dive in my latest This Week in Coaching blogpost.
Now that we’re a month into quarantine, how is COVID-19 continuing to effect the industry at large, and screenwriting specifically?
In these strange days of COVID-19 and shelter-in-place, writers are turning to these classes, tools, online events, facebook groups, podcasts and blogs to keep sane, inspired and productive!
As COVID-19 disrupts businesses across America, how is it effecting screenwriters, and writing in the industry by extension? I break it down in a close look at what I’m reading and hearing from the front lines…
In our brave new world reshaped by COVID-19, how do you keep your screenwriting career moving forward? I break down paths to doing just that in my latest blogpost!
In the latest installment of This Week in Coaching, I break down how COVID-19 is affecting the industry and screenwriters/TV writers in particular, especially in the face of an already impacted staffing season…
While building a screenwriting or TV writing career is never easy, I see writers from all walks of life do it all. the. time. Lucy Luna is that writer who went for a dream and came to L.A. with no industry connections or pedigree to speak of, and rode it all the way to her first staff writing position.
After having three conversations in one coaching day in which writers told me they felt like a fraud and a fake, I was reminded just how many writers are there suffer from imposter syndrome. Are you one of them?
Even with the abundance of shows currently on the air, getting your first bona fide staff writing job can seem insurmountable. So how do you do it? Here are the various ways my writers have gotten their first staff writing gigs over the years.
Regardless of the looming deadline and the going-going-gone! nature of it all, when is your screenplay or TV pilot ACTUALLY ready to submit to screenwriting competitions?