Getting Screenwriter Representation

Screenwriting agents, managers and entertainment attorneys all represent a screenwriter’s career in different ways. A manager is just that, someone who manages your overall career, helping a screenwriter choose and develop marketable screenplays. An agent and/or entertainment attorney negotiates and closes the deal on the script sale. Learn how each one of these representatives work in order to choose the right combination for the stage you are at in your own screenwriting career.

Notes from the Margins: A Writer’s Greatest Enemy

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Much like an innocent, wide-eyed gazelle prancing along the African plains, the amateur writer has many natural enemies lurking, waiting to pounce.  But I bet you don’t know what their greatest natural enemy is. It’s not the cold-hearted agent, not the...

Balls of Steel: Liar, Liar, Career on Fire

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Character matters. I’m not talking about the characters you create for your stories. I mean your character. I’ve written about it before in Balls of Steel: Your Character, Your Career, but this time I want to address those who flat out...