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“Seated At The Writer’s Table” is meant for anybody who geeks out over writing. If you find yourself over-analyzing a plot-line or discussing the details of a character’s dialogue than this show is for you. If you debate over who’s a better rock lyricist, Neil Peart or Pete Townshend, than this show is for you. If you’ve read and debated the finer points of the Lord of the Rings more than once, than this show is for you. Host Phil Giangrande interviews writers of all genres, as well as industry professionals such as literary agents, publishers and script doctors. For those who are interested in professional content writing for businesses, Phil will be speaking with experts in that field as well to uncover powerful marketing techniques that writers can use to immediately increase sales. Take Your Seat at the Writer's Table.
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Jul 30, 2015

Mythology can play a really important part in a good script.  Award winning author and script consultant Pamela Jaye Smith says by understanding the themes that appear over and over again in every society and the plotlines that accompany them, we can add depth to our scripts that resonates with the core of our humanity.

 

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Jul 27, 2015

Award winning author, journalist, poet and editor Robert Yehling discusses the structure of a memoir, interview techniques to make subjects comfortable, how to effectively include personal experiences in your writing, exercises to teach writing point of view and how to break down and edit a manuscript.

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Jul 23, 2015

How do you kill a beloved iconic TV character?  That’s one of the challenges Mark Fink has faced in his writing career.  In this episode Mark talks about the death of Edith Bunker as well as writing the complex character of Archie Bunker, dealing with notes from the network, making the transition to writing books and advice for young writers starting their career.

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Jul 20, 2015

Actor’s Comedy Studio Founder and Co-owner Gunnar Todd Rohrbacher discusses on camera acting for sitcoms vs. stage improv.  The evolution of the Producer’s title in Hollywood, the downsizing in TV production and how that affects writers and actors, breaking down a TV script for an audition, creating distinct archetypes for a sitcom, exposition and conflict and new platforms looking for original content.

 

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Jul 16, 2015

Romance novelist and author of My Brother's Keeper Nina Day Gerard discusses print on demand, hiring a coaching company to help you self-publish, cover art and website design, looking like your genre, keeping costs down, investing in your career and creating raving fans.

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Jul 14, 2015

La Femme Film Festival Founder/Director Leslie LaPage discusses how to submit to the festival, opportunities for women in Hollywood, what festival judges look for in a submission, categories ion the festival and women becoming team players in the industry.

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Jul 13, 2015

La Femme Film Festival Founder/Director Leslie LaPage discusses being an international line producer, aquiring the rights to novels and adapting them to scripts, new trends in Television, pitching to networks and the power of the look book.

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Jul 9, 2015

In this episode the creator of the film “Fools Rush In” Doug Draizin talks about taking your writing to the next level, pitching your ideas and work in Hollywood, the importance of being a good collaborator and mentoring young writers.

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Jul 6, 2015

The creator and writer of Sleepless in Seattle, Jeff Arch came on the show and discussed the art of crafting dialogue to trigger behavior, the structure of romantic comedy and how to use it in a unique way, writing what you need to learn and how to keep yourself at the writer’s table after 40 years.

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Jul 2, 2015

What does it take to write a one woman show?  Is dialogue more important than behavior?  In this episode actor/writer Ellen Gerstein answers these questions and discusses writing a script for the everyday hero.  We also talked about writing heartfelt comedy to reach an audience in a profound and entertaining way as well as when to listen to and when to ignore critique.

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