Legally Speaking, It Depends: Detangling Web Series Production

Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller provides a few tips for those wanting to break their chops on webseries production. I’ll admit there is a special appeal to creating your own web series. You might have a nice job writing for TV but are itching to explore new ideas outside of those constrictions. Or you have a Read MoreRead More

4 Questions to a (Somewhat) Painless Webseries Rewrite

Rebecca Norris tackles 4 questions you should pose yourself when rewriting your webseries. I’m not here to tell anyone how to write.  I’m sure many of you reading this likely have more writing experience than I do. However, if you’ll allow me, I’d like to share my personal process that, for me, has helped ease Read MoreRead More

The Art of “Creative Sleep”: Stephen King on Writing and Wakeful Dreaming

Maria Popova examines Stephan King’s “On Writing” for ideas on writing and wakeful dreaming. “Sleep is the greatest creative aphrodisiac,”a wise woman once said. Indeed, we already know that dreaming regulates our negative emotionsand “positive constructive daydreaming” enhances our creativity, while a misaligned sleep cycle is enormously mentally crippling. But can a sleep-like state in waking life, aside Read MoreRead More

Jack Kerouac Lists 9 Essentials for Writing Spontaneous Prose

Here are Jack Kerouac’s 9 steps for spontaneous prose – useful for getting ideas onto a page and getting the creative muscle moving. Jack Kerouac wants you to turn writing into “free deviation (association) of mind into limitless blow-on-subject seas of thought, swimming in sea of English with no discipline, other than rhythms of rhetorical Read MoreRead More

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