This week, we've found some great articles and resources all revolving around the subject of BOOKS! 1. Neil Gaiman and Kazuo Ishiguro have an interesting discussion on genre. 2. Adam Gopnik talks about what it really means for us when yet another book store closes its doors. 3. It is now common practice for Western books to be … Continue reading All About Books
This New Yorker piece has an interesting take on what writers' spaces are all about: "As with the gym, at the writers’ space you feel less ridiculous spending your time on an activity with uncertain and elusive benefits: everyone else is doing it, too. It’s a cocoon that protects its inhabitants from a world where most … Continue reading The Strange Rise of the Writers’ Space
First, the story of a produced screenwriter's descent into homelessness. I don't want to give away the ending - just read it! Anyone can contribute articles to the site Medium. It's an interesting experiment. And one that works. The site is beautifully simplistic, and set up with ratings systems, and rankings so that the cream rises … Continue reading Writers, here are some things to read this week!
Every week, we accumulate articles that we think would be of interest to writers - Hollywood news, stories or Op Eds from incredible writers, interviews, studies, anything worth a read. Here's this week's roundup. Enjoy. Fast Company weighs in on The Future of Hollywood. Oliver Sachs on his terminal illness. A beautiful piece. Millenials are saying SEE … Continue reading Interesting Stuff to Read this Week
Here's a roundup of articles relevant to writers. 1. The Nickelodeon Writing Fellowship's submission period just opened. Here's an interview with the Executive Director answering every question you could ever have about it. Plus, she's incredibly encouraging about the whole process. 2. Awards season scripts are available online now 3. Chuck Palahniuk implores writers to delete "thought" verbs from their … Continue reading What to Read this Week: Links for Writers