Time-Saving Tools to Help You Take Your Side Gig Full-Time

*This post is a bit of a departure from our regular posts on writing, but Courtney Rosenfeld (guru of the gig economy) has some fantastic tips here on minimizing distractions and maximizing productivity, good for writers and any other self-starter types. When you’re ready to quit your day job and work for yourself full-time, where … Continue reading Time-Saving Tools to Help You Take Your Side Gig Full-Time

What I Learned as a Fiction Writer Collaborating on My First Screenplay and What It Taught Me About Democracy: A Personal History

* Guest post by fiction writer and member Sabrina Tom In 2nd grade I was voted bossiest in the class slam book. A bad label for a girl of any age. So recently when I agreed to partner with a friend to write a screenplay this was what I was most worried about. Never mind … Continue reading What I Learned as a Fiction Writer Collaborating on My First Screenplay and What It Taught Me About Democracy: A Personal History

Chris Levinson – “There are writers who write and there are writers who talk.”

Chris Levinson is one of our faves here at theOFFICE. She's always a hoot and always busy working on something exciting. She has written/produced for numerous TV shows including Party of Five, Law & Order and Tyrant. Her pilots have been produced at NBC and FOX. Chris recently connected with Brooks Elms, a fellow screenwriter and … Continue reading Chris Levinson – “There are writers who write and there are writers who talk.”