Tag Archives: MFA

Writing Goals for 2015, and a Look Back at 2014

Although I was generally quite fortunate in 2014, I do have some writing goals that, I hope, will make 2015 even better. My overall creative writing goal for 2015 is to establish a routine by the end of the year, one that doesn’t interfere with my day job. In other words, I want to get to the point where I […]

Spec Writing for TV (Seriously)

I have two main dilemmas related to TV spec writing that I’d love to have some input on: navigating network credibility and writing the serial drama. Network Credibility and the TV Spec Market I once read that it’s pointless to write a spec script of a CW show, because the fledgling network is considered the red-headed stepchild […]

Steve Grand and His “All-American Boy”

UPDATE: You can now find Life on Other Moons in e-book form at Smashwords, Amazon, B&N, and other major retailers!   Here’s an edited version of a letter I sent to Steve Grand a few days after his song “All-American Boy” exploded on YouTube. In case you’ve been living under a rock, don’t listen to […]