Given how long it can get to write a new screenplay, shouldn't a writer have a method to decide on the best possible movie ideas that merit development?
Steve Kaire gives helpful tips on how to get a literary agent to represent you, even if you aren't produced.
Here are 3 tips on taking notes that will hopefully save you much suffering, make your current script better, and, maybe, even elevate your storytelling for all projects going forward...
Lately, an increasing number of writers pay up front for representation and NOT by percentage based on work procured or material written on spec being sold. Lee Jessup weighs in with warnings.
Chad Gervich gives writers a guide to navigating one of the most important relationships of their career - the one between screenwriters and their writing agents.