Ep 45 – Ava Jamshidi

Feb 17, 2014 by

We talk to Industry Entertainment Lit Manager/Producer Ava Jamshidi about how she got into representation, differences between lit...

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Ep 44 – Jewerl Ross

Nov 20, 2013 by

We talk to literary manager/producer, Jewerl Ross about starting his own management company, the potential pitfalls of being a...

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Ep 43 – Rhett Reese

Nov 8, 2013 by

We talk to Zombieland and G.I. Joe Retaliation screenwriter, Rhett Reese about how he handles bad script notes, what the first...

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Q&A with Zach Tann

Nov 7, 2013 by

Interview with Literary Manager and Magnet Management Partner/Co-Founder, Zach Tann Scripts & Scribes:  You graduated from...

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Q&A with Mark Bomback

Oct 21, 2013 by

 Interview with The Wolverine and Live Free or Die Hard screenwriter, Mark Bomback Scripts & Scribes:  You went to school at...

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Ep 42 – Karen McCullah

Sep 2, 2013 by

We talk to screenwriter and novelist, Karen McCullah about adapting novels for the silver screen, working with a writing partner,...

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Ep 41 – Tim Dowling

May 20, 2013 by

We talk to Role Models and This Means War screenwriter, Tim Dowling about his writing process, if being an actor helps with dialogue...

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Ep 40 – Stephen Christy

May 20, 2013 by

We talk to Archaia Editor-in-Chief, Stephen Christy about the process of evaluating submissions, Graphic novels vs. monthly titles...

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Ep 39 – Melton and Dunst...

Nov 26, 2012 by

We talk to screenwriters / authors / filmmakers, Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton about  the key to making a writing partnership...

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Ep 38 – Rawson Thurber

Nov 20, 2012 by

We talk to We’re the Millers and Dodgeball screenwriter and filmmaker, Rawson Marshall Thurber about  what being a writer’s...

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Ep 37 – Jennifer Boswort...

Nov 19, 2012 by

We talk to YA author, Jennifer Bosworth about her debut novel Struck, how she came up with a character who’s a human lightning rod,...

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Ep 36 – James Asmus

Nov 17, 2012 by

We talk to award winning playwright, comedian and comic book writer, James Asmus about how performing comedy helps his writing,...

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Ep 35 – Marqui Jackson

Oct 17, 2012 by

We talk to television writer, Marqui Jackson about  the Disney TV Writer’s Fellowship, working in a writer’s room,...

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Ep 34 – JT Krul

Oct 10, 2012 by

We talk to Soulfire and Captain Atom writer, JT Krul about the differences in working for a large vs. smaller comic book publisher,...

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Ep 33 – Sheri Fink

Oct 8, 2012 by

We talk to Best-Selling children’s author, Sheri Fink about why she decided to self-publish, the process of self-publishing a...

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Ep 32 – Laura Harrington

Oct 5, 2012 by

We talk to Alice Bliss author, Laura Harrington about transforming a musical into a novel – and then transforming that novel back...

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Ep 31 – Matt Hawkins

Oct 4, 2012 by

We talk to Top Cow President and writer of Think Tank and Cyberforce, Matt Hawkins about ways to break into comic book industry as a...

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Ep 30 – Larry Dean Harri...

Oct 1, 2012 by

We talk with playwright and Los Angeles Regional Rep for the Dramatists Guild, Larry Dean Harris, about starting his own company,...

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Three Sentences Most Overused

Sep 24, 2012 by

The Three Sentences Most Overused by Beginner Writers by Rayne Hall   1. S/he turned to look/and looked at him/her. 2. S/he...

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Ep 16 – Sean Hood

May 21, 2012 by

We talk to screenwriter, Sean Hood about the challenges of re-inventing an iconic franchise, doing production rewrites on location,...

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Ep 5 – Amber Benson

May 6, 2012 by

We talk to Death’s Daughter author and Buffy the Vampire slayer actress Amber Benson about writing a novel series, her typical...

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Walking Dead creator, Robert K...

Apr 25, 2012 by

  We attended the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books and will be uploading lots of footage and interviews, so be sure to Friend...

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