North to the Future: Mark and Anna Casadei on a New Frontier
"We always tell people to be authentic. That’s one of the biggest things that helped us connect with people ..."
The Nomad: A Jai Jamison Origin Story
The “in-between” can be a lonely place—growing up Black in the capital of the Confederacy can make it even lonelier.
Leaps and Bounds: Writer Ariel Levine Makes Her Ascent on Better Call Saul
Yet here she was, about to make the biggest pitch of her life: requesting a promotion to staff writer on the sixth and final season of a show some call the best on television.
'A Certain Kind of Broken:' Amanda Graham Stays Afloat with Comedy Writing
“There’s a specific flavor of darkness that only comes from an inner scream ..."
The Revival: Eva Gonzalez Szigriszt’s Undeniable Path to Hollywood
That’s when she says she had her Slumdog Millionaire moment: the moment her training in the arts, animation, theater, film, and television all came together.
The Many Worlds of Charmed TV Writer Christina Piña
But instead of falling victim, she became independent, argumentative, curious, and precocious.
Going Off-Road: The Bold Choices of Writer Charles Ray Hamilton
“It really did feel like, ‘We’ve never seen one of your kind before.’”