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Inklings: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 4

This Month -- PLOTS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT: Defining the Difference Between Mystery and Psychological Suspense


Inklings: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 5

This month: HOW TO WIN SCREENWRITING CONTESTS. Are they worthwhile? How can you increase your chances of winning?


Inklings: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 8

This month: SELLING SCRIPTS IN CYBERSPACE. How can the new screenwriter tap into the Internet as a resource...or should they?


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 8

This Month: HEROES TO LOVE AND VILLAINS TO HATE: Your Antagonists Must Be As Powerful--and Charming--As Your Heroes


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 9

This Month - AGE IS A MATTER OF MIND:A Young U.K. Filmmaker Shares His Views


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 10

This Month: PSST! WANNA BUY A CHEAP SCRIPT? A good script must succeed on the strength of its plot, not the weightiness of its budget.


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 11

This month - What Theater Can Teach You About Film: An Interview with Professor Jerry Abbitt


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 12

This Month: PACKING YOUR BAGS FOR FILM CAMP - An Interview with Shannon Gardner


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 19 - Issue 13

This Month: HOW TO WRITE A COOKBOOK - Cooking and writing can be a harmonious--and profitable--marriage.


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 2

This month: What Are Your Characters Really After?


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 3

LISTEN TO THE MOCKINGBIRD: An Interview with Director/Producer Laurie Durrett, Mockingbird Productions


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 4

EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAINorHOW TO RECYCLE YOUR WRITING & GET AWAY WITH IT


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 5

A DRAMA DOWN UNDER: An Interview with Playwright Christina Hamlett by Director Paula Carter


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 6

HOW TO BE AN EXPERT: Or Just Write Like One


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 8

This month: TIME AS WE KNOW IT. Good timing is an important element of good storytelling.


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 9

This month: Islands in the Stream (of Consciousness)


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 10

This month: READING BETWEEN THE LINES(Part One)


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 11

This month: READING BETWEEN THE LINES(Part Two)


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 20 - Issue 12

This month - LITTLE PONDS/BIG PONDS:Look Before You Leap


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 1

This Month: Where There's a Will, There's a Play (& probably a film and a novel, too)


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 2

This Month: RIGHT MESSAGE/WRONG MEDIUM


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 3

This Month: CURSE OF THE DEAD CELEBRITIES, Part I


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 4

This Month: CURSE OF THE DEAD CELEBRITIES, Part II


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 5

This Month: STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND --Pitching Your Project to Foreign Markets


INKLINGS: Writing Well & Profitably for Books, Film, and Stage

Vol. 21 - Issue 6

This Month: TEN ITEMS OR LESS (or WHERE THE PLOTS ARE...)


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