Ken’s Top 10: Tips for Aspiring Screenwriters

by Ken Aguado (@kaguado) Sorry, this article is not about screenwriting. Well, some of it is, but it’s really about familiarizing yourself with some well-known tips about how to become a screenwriter. Talent is only one component of the process. Thomas Edison formulated that success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. This article is about that... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Write a Sh*tty First Draft

[This article was originally published on Talentville, an online community for screenwriters.] by Angela Bourassa These words should be a comfort to any writer, whether you're starting your first short script or writing the final pages of your tenth screenplay. The first draft of ANYTHING is shit. Granted, your first drafts should get better as you... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Day: Isabel Allende

I write until the first draft is finished, and then I feel that I can get out. But, during the time of the writing of the first draft, I don't go out. I'm just locked away, writing. It's a time of meditation, of going into the story.

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