Rejection Horror Stories are back, with more literary bad blood and a whole lot of terror. Enjoy Part 1 which features tales from five guest writers.
Miguel J. Soliman, winner of the 2017 AT&T Film Awards Spanish-language category, discusses how winning has changed his career as a filmmaker.
Creative identities are like belly buttons for three reasons: 1. Everyone’s got one. 2. They’re unforgivably wacky. And 3. They’re both related to scars.
The post-production sound process is essential to delivering a polished film. Travis Mills offers three tips for filmmakers on a budget.
2019 Eliza So Fellow Lehua Taitano talks story, what you can expect from a writing residency, the importance of community, and more.
Previous winners of the BarTur Photo Award share their experiences with photography, plus some advice for new photographers.
Andrea Johnson reviews Jane Friedman’s book, The Business of Being a Writer, covering what a modern writer’s roadmap to success might look like.
2019 Eliza So Fellow Alan Pelaez Lopez discusses writing and editing their manuscript in Missoula, MT and how location can inform and change a project.