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The screenplay as a reading experiment
The screenplay primary function is to bring images and sounds in the reader’s mind, and to be the promise of a movie. The script of "A quiet place" offers a great example of how to use the page layout for this exact purpose.
Off-screen in screenplays: Introduction to narrative potential
The narrative potential enables the readers to see beyond the text and imagine the world surrounding it. How can writers use it to improve their texts?
How to measure information in a plot
In a fictional story, nothing should happen by chance. Part of the author’s job is to control how and when information will occur. How can we do that?
A theory about creativity
What is going on in our brain during our writing sessions? How can we create "real but unusual" stories? Let's talk about vertical and lateral thinking from Linda Aronson's theory.
How a character says hello: writing “barks” for video games
"Barks" are a specific type of dialogs in video games. As game writers, how can we use them to tell more about the characters and world?