Writing partnerships seem like an exciting possibility for many a writer. Why should you write along when there could be someone there with you to work through story problems, withstand the rejection and face the industry? But before you jump into writing partnership, there are a few things you should consider.
Writers groups for screenwriting and TV writing have always been instrumental to a writers growth and path to career success; in the time of COVID-19 they are more important than ever.
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!
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.
With more TV writing fellowships requiring original pilots instead f spec TV episodes, should you still spec for those TV writing programs that require them, or bypass those altogether and focus only on your original content?
You did your work. You wrote that screenplay or TV pilot that you think could be really exciting. But how do you know when your screenplay is ready for industry eyes? Here are 5 tried-and-true ways to vet your work before you get it out there.
Many writers making their income in the feature writing space today do so by writing pages, i.e. landing writing assignments with studios and production companies. But where, and how, do you get those? I break it down in my latest blogpost.
Having a solid writing routine that generates great screenplays and TV pilots on the regular is not as easy as it sounds. Check out these productivity hacks t get your writing year off to a great start!
When building a screenwriting career, opportunities can be few and far between. Therefore, don’t take them for granted, and make the most of each one as they come! Check out this blogpost to find out how.
As the year in coaching comes to a close, I am posing THIS question to my writers in order to capitalize on what worked got us in the year that passed and make the most of the year that’s coming!