Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The right question

A lot of newer writers ask the wrong questions: How do I get an agent? What kind of producers read 150 page horror films? How do you get around the studio reader? Why won't anyone read my script?

Or they make the wrong conclusions: Hollywood doesn't know what good stories are. My writing is too sophisticated for the studio system. Someone will just rewrite my work anyway, so I don't have to make it perfect.

This is the only question you need to ask yourself: How can I make my work better?

Find people who can help you do that, and the rest will follow.


  1. Dude - you won my contest. COOKIES FOR YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Your post was so mysterious and artful, I couldn't say no.

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  2. Awww yeah! COOKIES!


  3. It's possible I am retarded. I can't find your email.

  4. 'Nuff said - thank you for the KISS post. People like to make things too complicated and avoid the real work, analyzing their next move to death. But,*ahem* I don't do that...


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