Gregg Hurwitz leaps from page to screen to comic book panel in the blink of an eye. But no matter his medium, his end goal is the same: to tell an unforgettable, compelling story you can’t put down.
Overcome the top six hurdles writers face when adapting a screenplay to a novel.
This week we’re giving away a craft book perfect for playwrights and screenwriters.
Stuck on the page? Take your story to the stage.
TV veteran Bo Kaprall has been writing, directing and producing for the small screen for more than three decades.
For this screenwriter and playwright, comedy is not a dessert. It’s part of the so-called point.
Lin-Manuel Miranda is the Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist of “In the Heights.” He’s an actor and composer, who identifies as a writer.
“You need to really get inside the head of someone who is not you and give them a voice and dignity.”
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.