Writing for International Women’s Day is a bit of a dilemma for me as someone who identifies as a man:
Let me up front in saying, this list is incomplete, and will likely always remain so. Marvel may not have
It’s hard to deny the success of HBO show Succession, what with its BAFTAs, Primetime Emmys, Golden Globe, and Writers
Emmy 2021 Nominated Screenplays
The limited series category of Emmys has some truly outstanding scriptwriting this year, but overall Disney has truly done well
Journalling for Creatives: Morning Pages
One practice that I’ve been developing over the last few years, and which has really helped in 2020, has been
So You’ve Finished NaNoWriMo?
If the headline really does apply to you, let me start off by saying… Congratulations! That was a mighty deed!
Alan Moore on Screenwriting
Alan Moore, genius, writer and wizard is in the news again. What he wanted to talk about was his new
Emmy 2019 Nominated Screenplays
The last year really has been a year of outstanding writing in what we still stubbornly insist on calling “TV”.
The Rise of the Newsletter
They say all you need to be a writer, is to write. They say, if you write every day, you’re
Case Study: The Cost of Blogging
There are a great many great reasons to have your own website/blog, and a great many providers able to offer
Mobile Apps for Writers 2019
These days many writers rely on their mobile devices, their phones and tablets, rather than (or in addition to) more
Story of a Script: Bird Box
Bird Box was written by Eric Heisserer, based on the book of the same title by Josh Malerman. While Eric’s
Screenwriting Back to Basics
Some time back, Scott Myers of Go Into The Story posted up a series of articles on the fundamentals of script writing.
There was some discussion on Twitter the other day, about how a blog differed from a journal; that many blogs