TV writer Eric Haywood discusses how to survive the annual phenomenon called the fall TV bloodbath.
TV writer Eric Haywood explores when writers should speak up and when they should simply be one of the boys.
TV writer Eric Haywood examines the group-writing process (unfortunately) known as the "gang bang."
Yvonne Grace takes you through the essential must-haves for successful stories in series drama.
Yvonne Grace discusses character development in the television series narrative and how a multi-layered character enhances and complicates a strong TV drama.
Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! We all know that great writing comes from great rewriting. And that second acts are where the real writers live. All that’s true. So very true. But it’s also true that we can all be guilty of nursing a labor of...
Salon posted a scathing article July 19, 2012, by Alex Pareene, entitled “Aaron Sorkin versus reality.” Scathing is hardly the word for it. Pareene essentially eviscerated Sorkin for being “ … a smug, condescending know-it-all who isn’t as smart as he thinks he is.” Clearly this guy does not like Aaron...