The Hotspot highlights Web content created by writers working under a WGA contract.
Private the Series
From the producers of Gossip Girl, Private is a Web series based on the best-selling young adult novels of author Kate Brian.
In Focus – The Atlantic
Venerable print magazine The Atlantic offers In Focus, its visually smashing news photography blog by Alan Taylor.
Imprint – The Online Community for Graphic Designers
Print is another venerable magazine, its longtime audience: graphic and other visual designers. Imprint is its online blog from Steven Heller, with 100 writer contributors from the world of design.
My Life As a Blog
My Life As a Blog is New York film publicist Reid Rosefelt’s extremely well-written and entertaining autobiographic multimedia blog.
GreenCine Daily is the deeply intelligent film blog in adjunct with GreenCine, a DVD rent-by-mail service with a focus on esoteric, classic, and independent films.
Cultural/art critic and filmmaker Greg Allen’s greg.org blog includes interviews with artists and filmmakers, as well as discussions about and links to Allen’s cutting-edge work.
Andy Rector’s unique photoblog about film presents a beautiful series of cinematic stills presented in a film-strip narrative style.
Ana Somnia – lights out
Ana Somnia – lights out is a brilliant interactive animation by Kim Koster from German multimedia studio Rostlaub.
Zina Saunders – Mother Jones
Mother Jones is a left-leaning nonprofit political investigation magazine. Its Web site offers the funny and often poignant editorial animation from illustrator Zina Saunders.
fxguide.com is part social network and part information hub for those interested in media “visual effects and great imagery.”
The WGAW encourages New Media projects to respect content creators through Guild contracts. If you’re working in New Media and would like information on getting your project covered, contact Tamara Krinsky or call (323) 782-4511.
Elliot Feldman's novel, Sitting Shiva, was published in 2003 -- ISBN: 0964374064. And check out his comics at Scene4 Magazine - WARNING: Not for the easily offended.