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Books > Books: Sitcom Writing & Writing for Television

Writing for television can be a very lucrative & enjoyable career. Whether it's sitcom writing, how to write a pitch for a TV show, or writing a sitcom, we have some of the best advice to get your words on the small screen. Learn how to write for TV with the help of our writing books, tips & author advice, and make sure to check out our selection of writing software to help you outline & polish your next big series pilot.

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Successful Television Writing by Lee Goldberg, William Rabkin
TV Pilot Kit
Hollywood Representation Directory
Writing the Pilot by William Rabkin
Bullies, Bastards & Bitches: How to Write the Bad Guys of... by Jessica Morrell
Hollywood Rules
Treatment Pack by David Freeman
The Comedy Bible by Judy Carter
Writing Television Sitcoms by Evan Smith
Coaching the Artist Within by Eric Maisel
Elements of Style by E.B. White, William Strunk, Jr.
Elephant Bucks by Sheldon Bull
How to Write for Television by Madeline DiMaggio
Howdunit: Book of Poisons by Anne Bannon, Serita Stevens
Inside the Room: Writing Television with the Pros at UCLA...