Nora Ephron reflects on her career in this interview for Authors Magazine from December, 2010.Read More
Bradley Jackson is the writer behind “The Man Who Could Not Cry” a wonderful film that has piqued the interest of some people Hollywoodside. But the Austin based writer isn’t ready to uproot just yet…
John Micahel Hayes penned many great Hitchcock films including Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry and The Man Who Knew Too Much. Here is an interview with Hayes done in the 1960s.
Myths are the oldest and most popular story genre – From Gilgamesh to the Odyssey, Star Wars to Batman, myths are the foundation to our favorite stories of all time. John Truby breaks down how to approach the myth genre.Read More
Dan Harmon drives himself crazy writing the scripts for Community. As the series creator, he’s been hard at work studying story and looking for a common structure. Brian Raftery reports on Dan Harmon’s story philosophy and spends some time with this interesting individual.Read More
In his life, C.S. Lewis received thousands of letters from children who were eager for more knowledge of his bestselling Narnia books and their author. Lewis always replied with understanding and respect. Below is an example where he offered 5 writing tips to his young fan. Read More