6 Ways To Be A Better Storyteller — molly ho studio
I truly believe that we are all meant to be storytellers. We all have stories within us that are waiting to get out into the world. To be seen, heard, validated, and loved. To know that our stories matter, and they do. Your story matters. So, so much. It’s so easier nowaday
Visual Storytelling: New Language for the Information Age
The most compelling visual storytelling by a new generation of designers, illustrators, graphic editors, and data journalists tackling the grand sensemaking challenge of our time amidst a culture o…
10 podcasts to make you a better writer
I am unapologetically a podcast junkie--ask anyone. They're a great way to expand your knowledge of the world, get advice from the pros, and listen to some great stories. This makes them a valuable resource for writers, and I've rounded up my top ten to help you grow in your skills and knowledge. 88 Cups of Tea features interviews with authors, discussing everything from going through rejection, drawing inspiration from family stories, and the struggles of querying an agent. The host, Yin…
How to Write a Screenplay as a Newbie — E.M. Welsh
I believe that were Hemingway alive today, he would be a screenwriter. Void of the adverbs and adjectives, the screenplay is known for being the foundation of a feature film to most, but to others it is a format that strips all creativity from the writer, forcing them to write short, boring sentence
Show, Don’t Tell; Six Ways to Write like a Movie Camera
Let’s be honest: What does “show, don’t tell” mean? This ever present piece of writing advice has confounded more than its fair share of beginning writers. It’s found in creative writing classes and workshops, in nearly every guide on how to write, and in countless blogs like this one. Despite this, how do you actually put “show, don’t tell” into practice?
Four Tips for Writing When You’re Depressed — Well-Storied.
The Tortured Artist. It's society's idyllic image: beauty wrought of struggle, of madness. There's truly no creative stereotype I loathe more. The Tortured Artist so frequently pictured in film and television teaches that the best works cannot be produced unless one is battling demons, deep in the
Screenplay Plot Points
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How to Write Descriptions and Create a Sense of Place | Jericho Writers
Strong descriptive writing and a powerful sense of place will enhance your entire novel. We tell you how to write great descriptions (and how to avoid boring your readers.)
Five Tips for Beginner Authors Who Have Never Studied Writing - Steven B Williams
“Did you study writing at university?” I get asked that a lot. I got asked it the other day at the script reading for my first play. And the answer is yes — for all of about three months. Sadly, that was all I could stand before I returned home and started writing. Writing. Writing! But how does someone like me, with no formal education in writing beyond my A-Levels, have a 10 year career in freelance and creative writing? The short answer is: a lot of hard work. But more... Read More
Best Screenwriting Books for Aspiring Writers • Any Possibility
Be a better writer by reading more! There's so much information available. Here are the 5 best screenwriting books for aspiring writers.
How to Go from Wanting to Write to Actually Writing
Do you want to write but struggle to actually start writing? Here's a simple strategy to put your desire into action.
How To Become A Screenwriter - Ultimate Guide — Amy Clarke Films
In this article, you will learn how to become a Screenwriter. This is a complete guide going from how to write a script to forging a career in the film industry. I will also link to the best resources out there for upcoming screenwriters so that you have everything you need all in one place.
Creative Writing Portfolio for Teens
This Creative Writing Workbook includes 25+ different creative writing projects + activities for students to complete! It is designed for grades 6-12 and includes student descriptions, student examples, brainstorming pages, and rubrics for each project! This resource provides teachers with a unique way to present creative writing projects to students. The journal is organized by fiction and non-fiction, and allows students to work independently while simultaneously creating a portfolio of…