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WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Drama From Dreams
Exploring the dream option and the idea we had from it -- a living medieval castle that is "experimenting" on its inhabitants.
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

MediEvil Mansion (Excerpt)
"Fog swirls and reveals two warriors circling one another; the Irish champ and the Viking king. Their armies await the outcome."
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Watch Out For That Horse And Other Ideas
Some places you can get ideas for film and television scripts, and some ideas, fantasies and dreams that became scripts.
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Glorifying Garbage
Seriously scrutinizing the barrage of garbage, regurgitated as truth, in what is now considered “mainstream entertainment media.”
By Rosie Levine


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Deadline Delirium
The gift horse is yawning large. Do you stick your head to see if it’s taken off? Horses have very large teeth and jaws.
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Riveting Radio
The advantage of writing for radio is the absence of the collaborative mish-mash of TV producers and directors.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Ignorance Is Bliss
The harder you work on your screenplay the faster the finish line races ahead of you over the horizon and out of sight.
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Deadly Reality (Excerpt)
"The path leads to the cave entrance. She looks around the entrance of the cave to see if the path goes around it but it doesn’t."
By Ken Robinson


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

A Myriad Of Reasons For Bad Usage
Sure, we all make mistakes, but there are no excuses when writing for business for consistent errors due to ignorance.
By Michael Dongilli


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Drama? Duh...
Volumes of dramatic action can easily take place in your imagination, but hands must go into action to achieve it.
By Daryl Jung





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