Don't throw away your shot! Staton Rabin shares 10 things all writers can learn from the truly 'revolutionary' career of the genius who created Broadway's HAMILTON.
Dull dialogue is deadly. Barri Evins explains how to create dialogue that is a vibrant element of your story, works in harmony with description, and elevates the entire script.
Josh Heald, screenwriter of 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' gives advice on how to go from wannabe to working writer.
Writer Rob Tobin gives valuable tips on facing down the blank page to get your first draft done.
How do writers such as Quentin Tarantino get away with writing lengthy dialogue when we are constantly told not to?
Rob Letterman, screenwriter of 'Shark Tale,' discusses the difference is between writing for animation and writing for live-action.
Script Angel's Hayley McKenzie looks at developing your screenwriting brand to progress your career.
Literary manager Sammy Montana helps writers pinpoint reasons for lack of writing motivation so you can eliminate their grip on your screenwriting process.
When you write a regular blog about the screenwriting industry, insiders can be nervous their stories will end up on your site. Doug Richardson dishes the dirt on blogging.
We all want, need, crave validation. But when it comes to script coverage or a professional consult, expect some criticism. Be eager for it. In fact, be grateful. That’s where you’ll learn.