Script Anatomy founder Tawnya Bhattacharya offers helpful tips on how to work those networking mixers.
Tawnya Bhattacharya gives insights on how to ask the right questions at agent and manager meetings to make sure you find the right representation for your career.
Aspiring writers face a rocky road. But is it rougher for women writers? Barri Evins explores what ALL writers must know to get in the game, take risks and play to win.
TV writer Eric Haywood walks you through the process of writing an outline for a one-hour television drama.
So there’s this thing that happens to just about every TV writer at some point: we fall in love and get married. If it hasn’t happened to you yet, trust me. It will. There’s no getting around it. In fact, especially early in your writing career, it’ll probably happen more than...
TV writer Eric Haywood explains why there's no "I" in "staff" in today's "Writers' Room 101." It's all about teamwork.
There are very few absolute musts when it comes to the writers’ room. On almost any show you can name, there are small variations in terms of how certain things get done, but the basic process is pretty much the same nearly everywhere. Therefore, I’m going to do my best to...
Writers are unfortunately often perceived to be at the bottom of the food chain in the feature world. But in the world of TV, it’s a very different story.