The last year really has been a year of outstanding writing in what we still stubbornly insist on calling “TV”.
I’ve always loved the Indiana Jones movies. Raiders was an early favourite, Temple of Doom was the first screenplay I
The adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s fantasy epic by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss may not be without
Let me up front in saying, this list is incomplete, and will likely always remain so. Marvel may not have
Bird Box was written by Eric Heisserer, based on the book of the same title by Josh Malerman. While Eric’s
Where would we be without goals? Now, some might argue we’d be better balanced and less stressed if we were
Some time back, Scott Myers of Go Into The Story posted up a series of articles on the fundamentals of script writing.
Rather than re-publishing dates of contests, festivals, and opportunities every few months, I’ve instead gone for a big annual page
Story of Your Life is a science fiction novella by American writer Ted Chiang, first published in Starlight 2 in
Planning out the year’s submission strategy for screenplays can be tough, there are so many of them, with dates scattered
Chances are if you see a screenwriter crying and/or banging their head against the desk, possibly whilst wailing about the
Considering how often I’ve heard reports of Final Draft crashing or corrupting files, it’s astonishing to me that people still
Most of what I write is in the genre of urban fantasy, and this project will be too. So I
Write what you know. Such a misunderstood phrase, and it’s why you get so many terrible scripts about writers with
No, I’m not breaking my golden rule of not writing about writers with writer’s block. There are lots of motivational