Maria Popova has found a wonderful excerpt from Hemingway on Writing, in which Hemingway poses as "Your Correspondent," answering the questions of "MICE" (aspiring writers.)
Maria Popova of the wonderful website Brain Pickings recently compiled seven life lessons that she has learned over the course of the last seven years.
If you don't know it, don't write it.
Never throw up on an editor.
Peter Hanson has written a great article for Script Magazine featuring ten tips for talking to Hollywood.
There is no need for the writer to eat a whole sheep to be able to tell you what mutton tastes like. It is enough if he eats a cutlet. But he should do that.
This article out of Script Magazine by Pen Densham offers practical advice for getting past that wall standing between you and your next great scene.