On The Business of Writing
Agents and Markets, as Reproduced in Full From Issue #6 of Writing For Your Life
Joel Eisenberg here. It has been an interesting week. Trying (unsuccessfully) to stay away from the news as much as I can, nonetheless I’ve been working behind-the-scenes to bring you tools that can aid your writing career.
I hope this helps …
On the Business of Writing
If you need a list of agents for film, television, or books, or of comprehensive markets presently open to submissions, click below for WGA Agent List, Literary Agent List, and Current Paying Writing Markets.
WGA Agent List, Literary Agent List, and Current Paying Writing Markets
In the midst of a pandemic, opportunities certainly remain. As always, “Writing For Your Life” offers the most…
For those film or television writers who are curious about the controversial practice of agency packaging, whereby a studio or network pays for an agent to bundle key talent for a substantial price, see Feature Film Packaging: Myth vs. Reality.
Feature Film Packaging: Myth and Reality
Why controversy over this largely misunderstood aspect of filmmaking has upended the industry.
Are you expecting an offer for a book or a screenplay, and are unsure as to the difference between an option agreement, purchase agreement, or shopping agreement? Check out Film Options vs. Shopping Agreements.
Film Options vs. Shopping Agreements
If you are in the game at all, you likely have discussed both option agreements and shopping agreements at some point…
“Star Wars” (1977), “The Fast and the Furious,” and “The Avengers” are three films that have had eventful production paths. Read about them here, in Case Studies From Development to Release.