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WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Don't Shoot The Script Reader
Know what you want from your script coverage readers. Be clear about what kind of feedback is useful and keep your readers accountable.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

DVD Script Teaser
Multimedia technology is now. Use it to develop better scripts and to present better pitches successfully.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Scriptwriting & The Fontana Dei Quattro
Attention to detail, intelligent design, and painstaking labour bring forth the art in the script as in the sculpture. Are you up for the challenge?
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Part II: The Joys of Rewriting
Jonathan Dorf guides us through making decisions about dealing with feedback to rework and polish the play.
By Jonathan Dorf


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Auteur Cognoscenti Of American Writers Leonard Gardner
A newbie comes face-to-face with how the writer endures the crushing experience of filming.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

The Joys of Rewriting: Part I
Jonathan Dorf shows us how to move from draft to polished play with a step-by-step two part article sure to bring your work to the boards.
By Jonathan Dorf


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

In A Few Good Words
The best broadcast scripts are direct, simple, and attention grabbing. Gene Lenore steps us through what it takes to write them.
By Gene Lenore


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Let's Play (Kid's Lit)
Steve Cross shares his journey into playwriting for kids and explains how you can do it too.
By Steve Cross


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Nondialogue Dialogue
Achieve powerful meaning and affect without words by using nondialogue dialogue in your script.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Behaviour The Map Of Character Essence Part II
When scripting, be forthcoming with specifics about your character. Exact inner details are the informers of action.
By Larry Brody





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