Who Inspires You: TV Writers Share Their Creative Inspirations

by Kelly Jo Brick

Whether a beginning writer or an experienced veteran, admiration helps fuel our creative endeavors. Writers from film and television share who has inspired them through the years.

JASON RICHMAN (LUCKY 7, DETROIT 1-8-7) – I always admired Lawrence Kasdan. First of all, as a viewer, as a fan of movies, but he was an inspiration because he did all kinds of different things. read more

Love & Money Dept – TV Writing Deals for 9/15/14

Latest News About Writers Who Are Doing Better Than We Are=&0=& (You know who the first two are. Jonathan  is an Emmy nominee who’s worked on PORTLANDIA, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, etc.) have written the pilot for BASKETS, an FX comedy about a guy doing whatever it takes to achieve his dream – becoming a bonafide clown. (Jeeze, and I thought that all the clowns I know just got that way naturally!) Bill Wrubel (MODERN FAMILY) is writing the pilot for CBS’s THE GOOD LIFE, a comedy about a guy dealing with a huge problem: He’s happy. (Oh great. Another series hero yer friendly neighborhood munchkins can’t relate to. Damn me for being such an alien.)

Jason Richman (DETROIT 1-8-7) is adapting Adrian Barnes‘ book read more