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Howard Meibach

Articles by Howard Meibach

An Agent, An Agent, My Kingdom for an Agent

Question from Chris Van: I write to you from Johannesburg, South Africa. I have finally completed my screenplay after a six-year haul. Thanks to Writers Store I have used many of your publications on my path to success.

I have a powerful email logline and message which I would like to send to agents etc. Please, can you advise whether you have a book of names and a... (read more)

Frustrated Selling My Spec Script

Dear Gatekeeper: I've finished my spec script, entered a couple of contests and sent out a zillion query letters by mail and email. The only response I received was from an agent who will represent me if I shell out $25 for every submission. I'm willing to invest the time and energy, but just don't know what 'creative' steps I can take next. Help.

Suze Q., Santa Monica, CA... (read more)

An Industry Interview with Manager/Producer Andy Cohen on Selling Books to Hollywood

Andy Cohen is the President of Grade A Entertainment, a production and management company representing writers, directors and authors in feature films, episodic and long-form television. Before founding Grade A, Andy spent ten years as both an executive and a producer. In all, Andy has been involved in the development, sale and/o... (read more)