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An Interview With Celena Cipriaso: Her Advice for TV Writing, Playwriting, & Writing Personal Stories

I first met Celena when we went to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts together, studying dramatic writing. Truth be told, we totally bonded over our love of Sweet Valley High books. Once we discovered this, we headed to the Barnes & Noble on Astor Place (which I don’t think exists any more) and read […]

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My Writing Process / Part of a Blog Tour

Hello! I’ve been tagged for a blog tour spotlighting the writing process. This is how it works: I acknowledge who asked me, answer four questions, then tag three authors to answer the questions and continue the tour on March 24. I only found one author friend who was interested in participating (thanks, E!). Who Came […]

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5 Tips for Networking as a Writer by Guest Blogger Eric Loo

I’m excited to share this post by guest blogger Eric Loo. Eric is a playwright, teacher, and TV writer who I met at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts when we were both studying dramatic writing. I always admired that Eric was able to get out there and talk about his writing and […]

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How to Face Fear in Writing

Recently, I went on a press trip to Arizona, visiting Phoenix and Mesa. Part of our tour was trying stand up paddleboarding with a company called No Snow. Stand up paddle boarding is  paddling in water with an oar on a big surfboard. I must admit that I’m not the best at water sports and […]

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Write What You Love

I loved this advice from authors from the LA Times book festival. Read a lot, write a lot, and don’t expect to make any money. I heed this advice as I dive back into a genre not generally known for being lucrative: playwriting. When I was in high school, I was lucky to attend a […]

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