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WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

7-14-7: Stick To The Script
The secret scenario formula that builds solid scene structure and avoids the muddle of poorly constructed synopsis.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Clear Characterization Is Your Ticket - Part I
The key to a successful television series is developing and presenting characters the audience will repeatedly return to see.
By Larry Brody


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

To Bomb Or Not To Bomb
Choosing this particular stage piece as a depiction of a hero’s struggle between good and evil, Sulayman Al-Bassam’s does the right thing with a “high-art” version of Hamlet.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Script Mechanics
Writing for the ear provides wide scale communication opportunities when creating voiceover copy.
By Peter Drew


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Truth, Justice And The American Way
Bob Woodard and Carl Bernstein's investigative journalism presented by Alan J. Pakula's Oscar-winner All The President's Men was a precedent-setting screenplay.
By J. R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

TV/Radio - M.I.A.
Want to fill this topic area? Writer wanted with television and/or radio writing experience.
By Someone Shoulda


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

A Sheep In Wolf's Clothing
There are two kinds of people in this world, those who would buy a bagel-slicing toaster, and those who would buy a screenplay adaptation of an international bestseller.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Ed Kay Tops Out In TV
Aspiring TV writers should just keep at it, as the doors won't always open for you on the right floor but Ed Kay lead you may eventually hit the right button.
By Alison Tharen


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Writing Lofty Loglines
The synopsis and logline are the keys that open the door to getting your script read, and should involve the same amount of care a writer takes on the script.
By Jerrol LeBaron


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

How To Be A Stellar Talk Show Guest
You don't have to bed down with a sailor-mouth to get your message across on TV -- do you sit around your kitchen table and only speak when spoken to?
By Fran Capo





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