Screenwriters are an eclectic lot, so these personal websites of WGAW members include all kinds of content, from stories for kids to cartoons to commerce to whatever. Check them out.
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(Redemption, Geronimo, The Good Old Boys, Death in Paradise)
My Stupid Journal is the blog narrative of 12-year-old Daisy Tannenbaum, who, after punching a bully at school, gets sent to live in Paris with her eccentric Aunt Mill. Mischievous and sarcastic, Daisy has a nose for trouble. If you love Paris, you'll enjoy this blog. If you like spies, crooks, history or diamonds, you won't have such a bad time either.
|Sheila R. Allen
(Fantasy Island, Guiding Light)
(The Sinbad Show, Get Smart [re-make])
Stupid.com is the funniest store in cyberspace. I have tried to combine my comedy writing experience with e-commerce. Stupid.com offers Stupid Candy, Stupid Gifts, and free Stupid Games and Stupid Jokes.
([co-written with Martie Cook]: Alf, Charles In Charge, Joe's Life, Full House, and One West Waikiki )
This site, which Adrienne shares with writing partner Martie Cook, gives information on a new script consulting business geared toward writers of all kinds.
(Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, Go )
A ton of useful information about screenwriting, largely directed towards newer screenwriters. Extensive Q & A's.
(The Last Seduction, No Good Deed [shared credit], Domino [shared story credit], founder/performer of writers-performing-comedy group Monolog Cabin)
The only children's books I've written have been for my daughter, but
they've been among the best writing experiences I've had. I know a great children's book when I read it, and I know a bad one. The goal of Best Children's Books is to help parents make better book choices and to help aspiring children's book writers find their way.
(Twilight Zone, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Lynn's Web page covers her "other" career: many years as a script consultant. Need help on your script? Lynn says "I've got the experience. Check it out."
(Time-Life, National Geographic, Children's Television Workshop, Future MedEx,Disney)
Includes quotes from one of Mary's recent books, a list of her recently published articles, and her biography.
(Miss Romance, The Witness, The Postal Police, My New Dad, Wishing, The Tourists, On The Air; The Last Rainmaker, The Biography of J.K. Rowling, Guilty Of Suspicion, The Write Environment; Other credits: UnitedHollywood.com, co-founder)
A site that features interviews with writers and tips on the art of writing for the entertainment industry.
(Band of Brothers, From the Earth to the Moon)
Multiple Emmy-winner Erik Bork blogs on screenwriting craft, and offers one-on-one consulting and coaching.
(Wing Commander III, Wing Commander IV, BUGS, Midnight Runaround)
Everything you ever wanted to know about Terry Borst--or at least enough to get by for the pop quiz.
(Star Trek, Diagnosis Murder; Producer: Police Story, The Fall Guy, Partners In Crime, Mike Hammer)
An insider's look at television writing, with how-to sections on everything from structure and characterization to pitching and making contacts, and includes free chat, a message board, and a free email service for writers.
||James Bruner & Elizabeth Stevens
(Ice Dreams, Missing In Action, The Delta Force)
Bruner and Stevens are screen and television writers whose first thriller novel is coming out soon. Also includes bios, news and projects in development.
(Bleeding Hearts, Red Meat, Autumn in New York, Perfect Romance)
A website about the writer and director.
(Two For The Show: Great 20th Century Comedy Teams, Fame, The Mouseketeer's 25th Anniversary Special )
Monthly current updates re: the 1950's Mickey Mouse Club and Mouseketeers, retro articles/photos+, credits, special offers (books, tape).
(Runaway Jury [shared credit], Consenting Adults)
Contact details, bio, credits.
An eclectic mix of info on useful writers tools and resources, plus news on Paula's upcoming projects, cool links, and the text of reviews and scripts.
(Welcome Back, Kotter, Three's Company)
Steve Clements improves writing and oral communications skills for business. He works on an individual and group basis to teach techniques essential for effective oral performances and written presentations. This site provides details on his methods.
(Quincy, The A-Team, Werewolf, Walker, Texas Ranger; Novels: A Reckoning For Kings, The Sten Series, The Timura Trilogy)
Allan's page features sample chapters and covers of his 18-plus novels, as well as author's readings and music inspired by his work.
(Reaper, Desperate Housewives, She Spies, Star Trek: Enterprise, Dawson's Creek, Players, Weird Science, Parker Lewis, City, Doctor Doctor, City)
Writer/producer Alan Cross offers aspiring television writers feedback on their TV or Feature Spec Scripts.
(Star Trek: Voyager)
This blog includes my published and non-published articles, columns, and meanderings that primarily deal with writing and rights.
(America's Funniest Videos, Star Trek: TNG; former member of The Groundlings main company)
The official excuse for doing this site was to promote my kids' book. The reality is that I enjoy monkeying around with all of this newfangled web stuff and didn't need much of an official excuse. The end result is a tongue-in-cheek shrine that hopefully visitors won't find too noxious.
(Another 48 Hours, Darkness Falls, Universal Soldier: The Return, Sniper Reloaded, The Hunchback, Stone Cold, Saving Jessica Lynch, Hannah's Law, )
The site lists my writing/producing/directing credits, info about writing classes I'm teaching, production artwork, public appearances I'm going to make and links to books and magazine articles featuring my work.
(Password, Hollywood Squares, The Price is Right, The Match Game and Nickelodeon's Double Dare)
Elliot Feldman is a Cable ACE nominated TV and multimedia writer, who has created games, jokes, and puzzles for game shows, but his site is devoted to his cartoons. "This stuff ain't pretty," he warns.
(Rob the Mob)
Jonathan Fernandez's writer's blogspot.
Richard Finney is the author of the Amazon bestsellers 20 Rules for Professional Screenwriters and 19 Techniques for Professional Screenwriters. His blog features articles and resources targeted at Writers Guild members with the goal of getting writers to diversify their creative energies to take advantage of the different media opportunities.
(Tequila, Sweet Promised Land, Beethoven's Nephew, La Nuit de Varenne)
This website deals with Jack's newly published novel about a film star who reveals a bombshell via her tell-all autobiography: she started off in life as a man! The title of the book is Contessa: An Unexpurgated and Intimate Autobiography of the Great Star as told to Jack Fitzgerald. The website includes tidbits about Jack's background as a screenwriter and playwright in the USA, Mexico, and France.
(Escape 2000, Final Terror, Don't Talk to Strangers)
Contains From FADE IN through FADE OUT, an e-book on screenwriting, as well as film essays, film reviews, and links to related sites.
Script E.R. is a collective of WGA writers offering private, genre specific classes in outlining, writing, rewriting and pitching Hollywood film and TV projects. Our teachers have sold scripts to WB, Univ, DreamWorks, Disney, Paramount, ABCTV, SyFy channel and more! We're suitable for absolute beginners as well as for veterans seeking a peer to peer sounding board.
In addition to writing for film (Universal) and television (PBS, TNT), Bart Gold is an accomplished visual artist- as showcased on BartGold.com
|Michael Steven Gregory
Updated info on annual San Diego retreat. Ongoing "Prognosis of a Movie Unmade" and "Evolution of a TV Script" series, from First to Final Revised Draft--the bad and the good in all its bitter black & white!
Official site for writer, author, and actor James Gunn, featuring information about his new novel, "The Toy Collector."
(Black Wheels,Star Trek: The Next Generation, Falcon Crest, The Fall Guy, Quincy)
Some life information; books for writers and novels (that I hope you'll buy); plays and other items you may find interesting -- or not! Want to know more? Check out the website.
(CSI: Crime Scene Investigation)
I'm a former writer for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Over the years, I've also been a stand-up comedian, an AP-award winning syndicated radio humorist, on-air talent for TLC's Mostly True Stories, a contributor to magazines ranging from the Humanist to National Lampoon, and one of Jeopardy's all-time biggest winners.
(Lucy Webb Show, Wilton North Report, Whatever Became Of...?, American Music Awards, Blind Date)
Included on the site are credits, articles, sketches, commercial parodies, a sitcom sample, and an AVI video clip.
(Santa Jr., Monster Makers, cable movies for the Hallmark Channel)
A personal website, with information about the many things I'm into (including improvisational comedy) and a resume of my writing projects.
(Sanford and Son, The Big Party, Old Sister)
Contains the various titles of works by Odie Hawkins, in television, movies, radio; including four recently published books.
(Hollywood Squares, Street Smarts)
My goal has always been to make the world laugh, whether it be through comedic acting, writing or producing. Now I'm venturing into Weird Al territory by having Dr. Demento play my song parodies on the radio! Please give a listen to my songs "I Like Ebert" and "Tribal Council." Have a good laugh!
(City Guy, Goode Behavior, Sister, Sister, Amen, Motown Revue Starring Smokey Robinson, Silver Spoons, Private Benjamin, The Mary Tyler Moore Hour, Dick Clark's Good Ol'days: From Bobby Sox to Bikinis, The Carol Burnett Show, Fernwood 2Night, America 2Night, What's Happening)
A blog about my writing experiences, suggestions, tips and interaction with other writers, new, old and otherwise. Robert Illes member since 1972.
(Mork & Mindy,Webster, 9 to 5, Love Sidney, Boy Meets World)
This site hosts fiction written by former TV writer/producer, April Kelly. Currently shown are Winged (literary fiction), Murder In One Take and Murder: Take Two (mysteries...well, duh).
(Amanda & the Alien, Movie Magic, How'd They Do That?, Clones: The DNA War)
Contains information about all of Jon's current and upcoming projects with downloadable production photos, cast and crew information.
(Star Trek: TNG, The New Twilight Zone, War of the Worlds, Quiz Kids)
The Writer at Work, is a weekly comic created by member Richard Krzemien. Updated every Monday, the comic highlights the joys and challenges faced by creative people everywhere through the eyes of The Writer.
(One More Mountain,Ohara)
Kuriproductions.com presents the filmography of producer, writer, director John A. Kuri and gives a look at some of his published works, his recent historical novel, and some of the projects he is currently developing for his company.
(JAG, First Monday, the Jake Lassiter novels, Solomon vs. Lord)
The site includes a sneak preview of the novel, Solomon vs. Lord, described by one critic as "Moonlighting in the courtroom."
(Co-written with Steve Wilson: Short Circuit,Short Circuit II, Batteries Not Included, Hearts and Souls, Tremors, Tremors II)
Brent and writing partner Steve Wilson are part of Stampede Entertainment. This site lists upcoming projects, gives background on some of their films, and includes a Tremors II fan section.
(Three For the Road, You Can't Hurry Love, Limit Up)
This site features clips from my various films in real media, as well as pix from what I've been up to.
(Captain Power, Twilight Zone, Babylon 5, Hypernauts)
Christy has worked as a showrunner, developer, story editor and writer for film, live-action TV, animation, computer games, comics and books. Her website features agent information, detailed credits, a writing FAQ page, autobiography, and the Moggyblog.
|Andrea Carla Michaels
(Designing Women, Dick Clark's Challengers)
Andrea is a a former stand-up comic and gameshow/sitcom writer who now lives and works in San Francisco, where she's a professional namer of companies and products. This site provides links to her resume, name lists, and her various radio appearances.
(The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Cosby Show)
Sitcom School, Story 911!, Am I Right?, Daily Variety columns, and resume. You'll laugh and learn.
(Not Necessarily the News, Saturday Night Live, Fridays, This Just In, Lily, Bob and Ray, Jane, Laraine, and Gilda, The Chicken Little Comedy Show)
Planetoconnor.com is my central hub. It lists my credits and links to the other things I’m working on, etc.
Don’t Panik! is an award-winning, full-service, cleverly-hyphenated marketing agency located in sunny Carlsbad, California. We provide full-service campaign concepts, video production, post-production services, graphic design, and social media marketing for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest. Whatever you do, always remember—Don't Panik!
Barry offers free advice and resources for screenwriters and links to over 100 screenplay writing articles.
(Die Hard 2, Bad Boys, Money Train, Hostage, Welcome to Mooseport)
What is being a professional Hollywood writer really like? Richardson takes you into the trenches sharing his tricks and tips for a long-term career.
The site has info about me, but is especially about the video production services my wife and I offer to all prospective filmmakers and videomakers out there!
Media producers for film, TV, CD-ROMS, books & games. Discover our wide selection of current titles. Read our reviews and awards. Hear our Theme Song and Indian Prayer. Watch for News Flashes. Jump on the Brand Wagon!
|Terry Rossio, Ted Elliott
(Little Monsters, Aladdin [shared credit], The Puppet Masters [shared credit], Mask of Zorro)
Essays on screenwriting by Terry Rossio, Ted Elliott, and other professionals. Insider tips, practical advice. Designed specifically for first-time writers attempting to break into the business.
(The Medgar Evers Story)
Ken Rotcop holds weekly screenwriter's workshops in the San Fernando Valley area for beginning and intermediate screenwriters, taking the writer from idea to completed screenplay. The workshop also holds a bi-annual Pitchmart, where current members are given the opportunity to pitch the scripts that have gone through the workshop to Studio and Production company executives on a one-on-one basis.
This site is a brief tribute to Tim Sandlin, created by one of his fans.
(The Groove Tube, Not Necessarily the News, Comic Relief, This Just In,World's Funniest Videos)
Complete credits, sample writings - commercial parodies, limericks, comedy sketches - and several avi clips.
|Thomas B. Sawyer
(Murder, She Wrote, Alice Goodbody, All in the Family, B.J. and the Bear)
Novelist, screenwriter, playwright Thomas B. Sawyer was Head Writer/Producer-Showrunner of the hit series, Murder, She Wrote, for which he wrote 24 episodes. Tom has written 9 network TV pilots, 100 episodes, and has been Writer/Showrunner or Story Editor on 15 network series. He wrote, directed & produced the cult film comedy, Alice Goodbody, is co-librettist/lyricist of Jack, an opera about John F. Kennedy that has been performed to acclaim in the U.S. and Europe. He is co-creator of Storybase software. The best-selling mystery/thriller, The Sixteenth Man, is his first novel. Both his latest book, Fiction Writing Demystified, and Storybase, are Writer's Digest Book Club Selections. His next thriller, No Place to Run, will be published in 2005. Mr. Sawyer has been nominated for an Edgar and an Emmy. Tom, his wife Holly, and cats live in Malibu, California.
(The Arsenio Hall Show, Say What?)
Online resume and examples for three-time National Daytime Emmy Award winning Writer (Bill Nye the Science Guy [PBS]) with over 16 years' experience in TV, multimedia, Internet and interactive TV.
|Steven L. Sears
(Grand Slam, Hardcastle & McCormick, A-Team)
Professional information, "fan" information (not of me, of my shows), quirky notions and things in my life including photo galleries of the aforementioned life. Credits also include: Xena, Sheena, Raven, Swamp Thing, Jesse Hawkes, Grand Slam, SHE Spies, Walker-Texas Ranger, Superboy, Highwayman, Stingray, A-Team, Hardcastle & McCormick, Riptide.
|William Jack Sibley
website for Bill's novel Any Kind Of Luck, in which the author takes a satirical yet heartfelt romp through the social mores of small town Texas. In the heartland of bubbas, Baptists and bluebonnets, a prodigal son returns home to carve out an authentic existence and make peace with his past.
Videogame writer Richie Solomon has established a “Go To” resource during awards season for the latest list of screenings and For Your Consideration (FYC) events. Bookmark this page as reference for the fall/winter, or subscribe!
|Ronald B. Solomon
(Saved By The Bell, California Dreams, Hang Time, The Adventures of the Girls Next Door, USA High)
This is the website for Ronald's independent publishing company, "Swingset Press." Ronald and his wife publish and distribute children's books that are in toy and gift stores across the country.
Elizabeth and her writing/producing partner, James Bruner, are screen and television writers. Her book Mister D: A Children's Picture Book About Overcoming Doubts and Fears is available on Amazon. Also includes bios, news and projects in development. The first thriller novel from Bruner and Stevens is coming out soon.
(The Shootist [shared credit], A Christmas To Remember [shared credit], Mulligans!)
Features the sixteen best-selling novels of the late Glendon Swarthout, including synopses and reviews. The eight films and TV movies made from them are here, with reviews and movie stills, including They Came To Cordura, Where The Boys Are, Bless the Beasts & Children, and The Shootist. Biographies of Glendon and his son, Miles, are listed, as well as synposes of Miles' original screenplays and adaptations, and his new novel, The Sergeant's Lady.
Decade-long, WGA current and active member Michael Tabb's website. He is known best by WGA members for his guild service, including co-creating the Mentor Program, the slew of panels he orchestrated for the Writers Education Committee, 2007-8 captain, volunteering assistance with the Writers Guild Foundation's outreach program for inner city youths, and more.
(The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space, WKRP in Cincinnati, The Famous Teddy Z, Frank's Place, Northern Exposure, Cheers, Something So Right)
Max is a Writer, Director, and Producer of Network half-hour, hour, MOW and features, both comedy and drama. This site is mostly his extensive resume along with an updated list of the upcoming airdates of episodes he's directed.
|David E. Tolchinsky
All about the author.
(21 Jump Street)
Check out Truby's story structure breakdowns of hit movies and best screenplay nominees, writing tips, interviews, complete software and course descriptions and more.
(Linewatch, Ocean Park; Kiss of a Killer)
This website facilitates my story and screenplay consulting service. I offer personalized analysis and notes for pros or beginners.
|J. Elvis Weinstein
(Freaks and Geeks, Dead Last, America's Funniest Home Videos, Malcolm and Eddie, Later with Greg Kinnear)
Free music, comedy, animation, guest essays and more. You can waste up to an hour! Enjoy!
|Robert K. Wilcox
(Simon & Simon, Frank's Place,The Famous Teddy-Z, The New WKRP in Cincinnati, Legend)
This is a site for writers with a little history and politics thrown in. Along with film and TV, I write fiction and nonfiction - 10 books published so far (2011). All it takes is a little talent and lots of desire. See my "The Writer's Life" for how I did it. If I can help you, I will.
(Short Circuit, Short Circuit II, Batteries Not Included, Hearts and Souls, Tremors, Tremors II -- all co-written with Brent Maddock)
Steve and writing partner Brent Maddock are part of Stampede Entertainment. This site lists upcoming projects, gives background on some of their films, and includes a Tremors II fan section.
(Motown Revue Starring Smokey Robinson)
Expert screenplay analysis by a high-level film executive for the major studios as well as an experienced WGA writer.