Playwright Doug Wright talks about obsessions, legacy, outliers and the creative freedom of crafting for the stage.
Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks goes after stories with a commitment to discovery and to the power of dreamy moments.
Oscar weekend! Check out TW interviews with screenwriters who have successfully taken stories from idea to page to lights, camera, action.
Writing partners share a special bond through respect and trust – despite challenges.
Screenwriter and showrunner Carlton Cuse on shaping TV stories, collaborating with a team, the writers’ room and the importance of a good lunch.
Michelle and Robert King work side by side to pen network TV hit The Good Wife.
The Killing creator Veena Sud offers tips on pacing a story and the tenacity it takes to work in TV.
Acting out a character brings a writer’s voice to life.
Did Eugene O’Neill look to the Bard for inspiration?
William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. To celebrate his 450th birthday this month, we asked seven scholars and novelists what writers can learn from reading the Bard.