LB: Some Things Never Change

by Larry Brody

For those new writers who think their experiences are uniquely discouraging, the following comic strip, originally published in the original  L.A.Weekly newspaper way back in 1980, tells us like it was, is, and as far as I can see, forever will be.

Sorry about that.

Let’s take a deep breath and give a deep sigh for: read article

Cartoon: ‘Vicious Cycle’

LB’S NOTE: It’s been quite a while since I’ve featured TVWriter™’s  favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider in this section of the site, but I was so overwhelmed when I saw the following that I just have to share it.

Yeah, I can’t help it. I find it impossible not to be thrilled when I see great work that expresses my personal POV, especially when it’s by someone I admire as much as I do Grant.

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Old Age…

by Anonymous Aging Writer

Old Age is when you discover that all your life you’ve been bound by constraints that don’t really exist.

And no, it’s never too late to let yourself live!

Another Day in the Writing Life

(NOTE FROM LB: What’s that you say? You thought that we writers were actually, erm, writing all night? Oh, you poor darlings….)

I know. Drabble isn’t about writing per se, but we at TVWriter™ sure as hell relate to this daily strip from last Saturday! read article

LB: A word or two from Keith Telly Topping

Just saw this on one of my favorite blogs. Hmm. Profundity or an example of the importance of context in creative work?

http://keithtopping.blogspot.com/…/when-some-old…