Jack Kerouac found himself in possession of a singular voice. Spontaneous, dynamic, emblematic of the Beat generation he helped to pioneer, it’s a unique vantage from which to extol advice. It’s reasonable to assume that Kerouac wouldn’t be able to
Do you struggle to get down to the nitty-gritty of writing? Maybe you get distracted easily, or maybe you find that you’re not meeting your requirements as you go. Moving at a glacial pace, never settling into a groove, waiting
Fear of failure is what stops some writers and screenwriters from starting and constrains others from prospering. As writers we can become so precious about our work that it becomes a struggle to handle any form of criticism or rejection.
I was chatting with a friend in Germany via Skype the other night and he reminded me of a company called AHATA Tactics, which used to punt a CD collection study kit designed to help students (or anyone really) to
“Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.” “You had to be there.” “You don’t know how it feels…” Writing about something and living through something are on opposite sides of the spectrum when it comes to experience. We can try
There is no one place for authors and screenwriters to craft their stories. From a nook in your home, a minimalist office space or a local coffee shop, it seems there’s any number of places where writers can get into
How do most screenwriters write their script? For some, the idea of handwriting can make for a more organic approach, similar to the idea of actually holding a book in one’s hands as opposed to reading off an e-reader. The