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How to Apply Your Voice to Multiple Genres and Formats, Writing Residencies, Movies as NFTs and, More! (From Script)

In this week’s round up brought to us by Script Magazine, the final installment from TV writer/screenwriter Aadip Desai on how to establish your writer’s voice, making history with Anthony Hopkins new film as an NFT, and more!

In this week’s round up brought to us by Script Magazine, the final installment from TV writer/screenwriter Aadip Desai on how to establish your writer’s voice, making history with Anthony Hopkins new film as an NFT, three reasons to consider participating in a writing residency, and more!

A First: Oscar-Winner Anthony Hopkins in Feature-Length Movie as NFT, Zero Contact

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Big Ideas, Big Vision; an Interview with Tech Founder and Entrepreneur Cameron Chell.

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THE WRITER’S VOICE PART 3: Applying Your Voice to Multiple Genres and Formats

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In the final installment of this series in how to establish your writer's voice, TV writer/screenwriter Aadip Desai provides tools on how to apply your voice to multiple genres and formats.

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Where Genre Has No Limits: Spotlight on Screenwriter Danielle Nicki

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Script contributor Nanea Taylor speaks one-on-one with screenwriter Danielle Nicki about her writing journey, what stories she's driven to write, and how to juggle multiple story ideas at once.

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Screenwriters Need a Change of Scenery Too: The Importance of Writers Residencies

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Script contributor Sonya Alexander shares three reasons why screenwriters should consider participating in a writers' residency to focus, network, and find complete isolation in your work.

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INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Interview with SLAXX Co-Writer Patricia Gomez Zlatar

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Script's Editor Sadie Dean interviews SLAXX co-writer Patricia Gomez Zlatar about her new comedy-horror film, the unintentional spark for the idea and interweaving fast fashion, and her journey from being a scientist to embracing filmmaking as a career. Plus, Patricia shares invaluable advice for writers and directors on how to stand out to producers.

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Reckless Creatives Podcast - EP 8 - I Am My Own Pet Peeve

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Have you ever had a week that just kicks you in the head and takes you prisoner? Welcome to our world. Reckless Creatives hosts Jeanne Bowerman and Sadie Dean have a pet-peeve vent session that's raw, real, and full of laughter. If you're in need of some Real Talk™, this is an episode for you.

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MEET THE READER: “Into the Sunset”

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After two decades and literally hundreds of articles, the time has come for Ray Morton to head off into the sunset with his final "Meet the Reader" column.

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The WD Interview: Lisa Jewell

The New York Times-bestselling British author discusses creating thrilling plot twists and developing characters in her 19th novel, The Night She Disappeared, in this interview from the Jan/Feb 2022 issue of Writer's Digest.

5 Tips for Successfully Pitching Literary Agents in Person (That Worked for Me at the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference)

5 Tips for Successfully Pitching Literary Agents in Person (That Worked for Me at the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference)

Author Anat Deracine found her agent at Writer’s Digest Annual Conference. Now she’s sharing what she’s learned to help other writers become authors. Here are her 5 tips for successfully pitching literary agents in person.

Tips for Reading Poetry in Front of an Audience

8 Tips for Reading Your Poetry in Front of an Audience

Poet's Market editor and published poet Robert Lee Brewer shares eight tips for reading your poetry in front of an audience.

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Strength Lost

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Strength Lost

Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, let a character lose their powers.

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Managing Point of View: Mythbusting

In the first of this three-part series, novelist and WD columnist Sharon Short breaks down 7 of the most common myths about choosing which POV is right for your story.

Channel Your Inner Authorpreneur for Your Writing Labor of Love

Channel Your Inner Authorpreneur for Your Writing Labor of Love

As self-publishing continues to become an attractive and popular options for writers, it’s important to know what you’re getting into and to have the right expectations. Here, author and entrepreneur Tom Vaughan shares how to channel your inner “authorpreneur” to help your book find its readers.

Mark Kurlansky: On Coincidences Driving Memoir

Mark Kurlansky: On Coincidences Driving Memoir

Award-winning author, playwright, and journalist Mark Kurlansky discusses the experience of channeling Ernest Hemingway in his new memoir, The Importance of Not Being Ernest.

In-Between: Writer's Digest 2nd Annual Personal Essay Awards Winner

In-Between: Writer's Digest 2nd Annual Personal Essay Awards Winner

Congratulations to Alyssa Rickert, Grand Prize winner of the 2nd Annual Writer's Digest Personal Essay Awards. Here's her winning essay, "In Between."

Things To Consider When Writing About Ghosts and the Supernatural in Fiction

Things To Consider When Writing About Ghosts and the Supernatural in Fiction

From maintaining subtlety to visiting haunted places, author J. Fremont shares everything to consider when writing about ghosts and the supernatural in fiction.