My friends and family know all too well: I love any opportunity to reflect and introspect. After all, many many moons ago, one of my friends came to see me in a whole new light once she declared that thinking was my vice. And what better opportunity is there for… read more →
There’s now shortage of information out there about how to write a screenplay. But once your screenplay or pilot is done… what should you do next?
To make the most of any opportunity, writers need to have a number of things beyond their vetted screenplay or pilot ready to share.
What’s happening in the industry? I break down all the screenwriting-relevant industry news in the my latest industry update!
Beyond writing a great screenplay or pilot & developing your body of work, how do you show up as a future screenwriting professional?
What screenwriters and TV writers make for a living should not be mystery.
The other day I was talking to a client. Just for context, the client, while extremely talented, is, at this time, unrepped. Through Virtual Pitch Fest he was able to get a known production company interested in one of his screenplays. While there is no deal yet, there are talks… read more →
Here is something that came up in Screenwriters Support Group and with one of my coaching clients a couple of weeks ago: If you’re writing all the time, taking classes, working on your craft, getting notes, doing all those things they tell you to do to improve your craft… what… read more →
On most things, I find that there is wiggle room when it comes to screenwriting, breaking in and building a screenwriting or TV writing career. We break things down into two options: What’s probable (and by that, I mean difficult but achievable) and what’s possible (highly, highly unlikely but… you… read more →
As part of my job, I meet new writers regularly. While career coaching has allowed me to work with both professional and up-and-coming writers, on most weeks I will meet with at least a couple writers taking those early career steps as they thoughtfully navigate the emerging writer landscape. And… read more →