Tag Archives | Television

In the Writers’ Room Where It Happened

Before I started writing fiction, I wanted to write for television. My first attempt at writing and selling my work was a spec script for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which I wrote, typed, and mailed to Paramount when I was 13. That was my first professional rejection too. Years later, I applied to a Nickelodeon writing fellowship with a spec script for the cartoon CatDog, which I probably worked on harder than any paper […]

2 Comments

Spoiler Alert! Licensed Movie and TV tie-in publishing

As an editor of licensed properties, I have worked on publishing programs for films, television shows, and video games. I’m often asked about the process of creating those publishing programs and how writers can break into that market. What is the process of working on the publishing process for a licensed property? There is a constant back and forth between the publishing house and the studio/creator of the film/tv series/video game. When I’m assigned a […]

7 Comments