15 Grammar Rules It’s Okay to Break (Infographic)

Experteditor.Com brings us this helpful infographic about grammar rules it’s perfectly cool for all of us to break.

Alternate title: YAY!

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Clap Your Hands to Bring Movie Theaters Back from the Grave

The writer of the article below firmly believes that “There’s hope for American movie theaters after all.” Not only are we here at TVWriter™ hoping she’s right, we’re hoping even more that the films shown in our theaters will be fresh, vital, and alive…qualities that have been missing since long before COVID-19.

by Angela Watercutter via Wired.Com & ArsTechnica.Com

A year ago it would’ve seemed unfathomable: Over the Memorial Day holiday, a single film had a good opening weekend at the North American box office. After 15 months of COVID-19 theater closures, delayed release dates, and general anxiety about the future of moviegoing, A Quiet Place Part II is projected to bring in north of $57 million. That’s the most any movie has made during the pandemic and far outpaces the last record holder: Godzilla vs. Kong, which snagged $32 million in March. read article

Herbie J Pilato Celebrates the ‘SMITH’ Shows of 1970’s TV

Herbie J Pilato tells us about the various shows featuring various Smith families in the 1970’s. If you thought that ’70’s TV was just about relevance, well, time to think again. Entertainment rulez!

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Toxic Television

How our fellow creatives, in this case cartoonists, see those of us who toil in the vineyards of various and sundry media – including not only TV but also cartooning itself.

via Mike Peterson and dailycartoonist.com

Paul Fell comments on an extremely toxic part of the world we’ve built. read article

WGAW June 2021 Calendar

Here’s what going on, socially and professionally,  at the Writers Guild of America West this month:

June 2021


Members must RSVP in advance to receive access info to participate in online events. read article