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Posts Tagged ‘ sitcom writing ’

Announcing ‘The Sitcom Lab’

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July 25, 2012
Announcing ‘The Sitcom Lab’

Tweet I’m really excited about my newest venture.  It allows me to keep my hands in the sitcom business while living two thousand miles away from all the action.  It also allows me to keep writing both about sitcoms as well as write a few of my own. My new venture is called The...
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6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

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January 25, 2012
6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

Tweet Writing a sitcom looks pretty easy, doesn’t it?  Twenty-five minutes of families or hipster friends sharing witty banter amidst getting themselves into sticky situations that faintly mirror real life.  How can that be hard?  In fact it is very hard, and may be arguably the hardest writing around.  Why?  Because not only do...
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10 Tips on Writing a Sitcom

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January 21, 2012

Tweet While many of the sitcoms you’ve seen look like they could have been written by a monkey with a typewriter, it goes to show that sitcom writing may actually be the most difficult writing style in existence. Why? Well, not only do you have to know how to write a script which means...
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I am an Artist

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January 30, 2011
I am an Artist

Tweet One of the hardest things to admit to myself over the years has been the fact that I am an artist.  Why?  Fear of rejection?  Fear of other “artists” not agreeing with me?  A perception that I needed to be corporate?  Thinking that my art wasn’t real art?  You know… Writing isn’t art. ...
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