It’s All Your Fault, Larry:
How to Turn a Screenplay into a World Class (I Hope) Novel
by Lew Ritter
You may remember my name. I contributed articles to TVWriter™ from 2015-2017. But I’ll understand if you don’t.
In 2013, before I became a contributor, I wrote a television script called Turbulence and entered it into Larry Brody’s People’s Pilot Contest.
It did well the first time, winding up somewhere in the middle of the scripts submissions, so I made some changes and entered it again. The second time, it received Semi-Finalist status.
by Larry Brody
Good morning! Welcome to November 2021 at TVWriter™.
Weekly and even daily views are already available (continuously updated) via the righthand column of every post and page on TVWriter™, but here, in order, are last month’s 10 most popular blog posts and resource pages.
by Larry Brody
Good morning! Welcome to another new month at TVWriter™.
Before we get to the Top Views, I’d like to share a few things. As of this writing, yours truly LB is only two months shy of my 77th birthday, and I’ve found myself evaluating my work and my life and all the things human beings end up evaluating when they face the fact that, “Hey! I’m getting older!”
I won’t bore you with the process (although truth to tell, I did find it fascinating), but here are some of the results of all that self-absorption…I mean self-discovery:
Even if current technology isn’t destroying science fiction, it’s certainly eliciting a lot of unintended smiles. But just between us, we think the best of the s-f published and produced for TV and radio is holding up pretty well. Or is it?
Modern Tech Makes Science Fiction Look Like Ancient Past
by Dave McQuilling
People have used fiction to escape the mundane world they live their daily lives in since the dawn of time. Unfortunately, due to relatively recent technological strides, things that would have seemed fantastical or impossible a few decades ago may now be on par with something you have lying on your coffee table.