Where do you write? In your own office? A shared space? Paula Landry explains why where you write matters.
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.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Maria Escobedo about her TV writing career and her new animated children’s show, Elena of Avalor, which recently premiered on the Disney Channel.
Wendy Kram launches her new column, 'The Anatomy of Selling a Script or TV Show in Hollywood,' using her clients as case studies to give key insights into the current marketplace.
Ken LaZebnik founded the Stephens College TV & Film Screenwriting MFA, a low residency program based in Hollywood, which develops new female writers.
Most TV shows are written by staffs, so they're not actively looking for new scripts, writers, or story ideas. But that doesn't mean they never take submissions.
Heather Hale challenges screenwriters to raise the bar and learn all they can about writing a TV series.
After writing 16 or 17 TV pilots, Jenji Kohan became an "overnight success" when her pilot for 'Weeds' got picked up. Kohan shares her journey of creating her hit show.
TV writer Eric Haywood leaves you with some parting thoughts before concluding the series with a final "fade out."
TV writer Eric Haywood reminds us what every writer needs to keep in mind: no TV series lasts forever.