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Brad Schreiber

Brad Schreiber has written six books, including the humor writing how-to, What Are You Laughing At?  He has worked as a TV writer-producer at PBS, sold and optioned screenplays and was director of development for film/TV director Jonathan Kaplan. He was VP of Storytech Literary Consulting, founded by Chris Vogler, for 11 years. Schreiber now handles consultations for clients worldwide at www.bradschreiber.com. He has taught at the American Film Institute, Gotham Writers Workshop in NY, UCLA, and in Canada and Mexico, among many others. Awards include those from National Press Foundation, Albee Foundation, Kingman Film Awards, and the International Book Awards.

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13 Things Bad Screenwriters Commonly Do

13 things bad screenwriters commonly do and how to avoid screenwriting mistakes.Having been the director of development for TV/film director Jonathan Kaplan (Unlawful Entry, The Accused, NBC's E.R.), I had the unique and special opportunity to ... (read more)

How NOT to Enter a Screenwriting Contest

When I founded the Mona Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and Nonfiction in 2000, I did it to honor my mother, who wrote articles for magazines and newspapers, and taught writing in San Mateo County in Northern California.

When I formulated the rules for entering the contest, I thought I would never have a problem with any entries. Writers would simply read the r... (read more)