Producing a Narrative Podcast

Producing a narrative podcast series can feel a lot like producing a film. There’s the script writing, casting, production, editing, and scoring, plus the confusing world of distribution and grassroots marketing. The key difference: a narrative podcast relies heavily on imagination and visual storytelling. Jessica Hobbs produced an episodic series of narrative podcasts based on […]

Cracking Your Memoir

Author Anthony Chin-Quee will draw on his experience writing his memoir I Can’t Save You to provide you with the tips, tricks, knowledge of common pitfalls, and motivation to write your story in a unique, compelling manner, and share it with the world!

Logline Workshop

You may have been banging your head against the wall trying to construct a great logline, but you’re frustrated you can’t quite hit the mark. Cool! Bring the loglines you love and the loglines you hate. You’ll leave with the tools you need to whip them into shape.

How to Build Complex Characters to Drive Plot/Story

Complex, compelling characters are the essential element of every story we can’t put down or look away from. In this session, Julia F. Green will discuss how to create well-rounded characters, exploring their origins, identifying key moments in their development, and getting to their core desires and fears.  We’ll also discuss how to identify and […]

Town Hall: Unraveling the World of Comics and Graphic Novels

If you've ever wondered about the comic industry, or considered how to adapt your screenplay into a graphic novel, we've brought together writing team Jimmy Palmiotti and Craig Weeden to answer your questions.

The Adaptation Process with Doug Richardson

Screenwriter and author Doug Richardson has both adapted books as a screenwriter and authored books that would be great fits for the big or small screen. He walks on both sides of the writer aisle, with vast experience in the Hollywood arena to help both screenwriters and novelists better understand the intricacies of the adaptation process.

One-on-One with Die Hard Doug Richardson

Doug Richardson has spent decades writing for the film industry. You might have heard of Die Hard 2, Hostage, and the OG Bad Boys. He's that Doug. But he's also a novelist, bourbon aficionado, and producer ... and a hell of a lot of fun. Pipeline exec Jeanne Veillette Bowerman sits down with Doug to chat about all things writing, and also asks Doug your questions, live, in our Q&A.

Storytelling Essentials: How to Write Compelling Backstory

In this workshop, Isabel Sterling (traditionally published author and master certified author coach), walks you through the fundamentals of compelling character backstory. You’ll learn where to look for relevant details, how and when to write backstory scenes, and how to get your character’s backstory on the page without info dumping or using excessive flashbacks.

Submitting to Literary Journals

Writer and professor Faye Rapoport DesPres discusses ways to decide which literary journals might be right for your work, and the submission process, step-by-step.

Empathetic Point of View

Kevin Morales dives into how Silence of the Lambs offers five empathetic points of view, but in very careful and deliberate ways. A symptom of bad movies and mediocre scripts is a lack of point of view or careless use of it.

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