“The most important thing I’ve learned is to stay curious, to stay open to what the characters bring to the story – don’t be overly determined to control the story but rather let it evolve organically.”
While studying for her master’s degree at Stanford University, Alice Hoffman was approached by Ted Solotaroff, founder of American Review literary journal, and she quickly learned two cardinal rules of publication: Write often and write fast.
In a technological world, let us not forget that behind every virtuoso work is a human – and some sweat.
Mike Jung catapulted his career forward through social media. It helped that he was funny and talented.
Summer adds hours and inspiration to the writing day.
The options for understanding TV writing have increased with technology.
Celebrate Left-Handers Day August 13 with writing advice from six talented lefties.
“Each narrative you tell has to discover itself completely anew.”
Take a tip from Aaron Sorkin. Be bold. You may even get a language named after you.