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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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Comic Insights
Cut to the Chase
Eight Characters of Comedy: A Guide to Sitcom Acting and ... by Scott Sedita
Elements of Style by E.B. White, William Strunk, Jr.
Hollywood Rules
Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show by Tara Bennett
Automatic Pilot by Bill Laub
Characters, Emotion & Viewpoint by Nancy Kress
Comic Toolbox by John Vorhaus
What Are You Laughing At? A Comprehensive Guide to the Co... by Dan O'Shannon
Crafty TV Writing by Alex Epstein
Creating Unforgettable Characters by Linda Seger
Future of Television: Your Guide to Creating TV in the Ne... by Pamela Douglas
Howdunit: Book of Poisons by Anne Bannon, Serita Stevens
Shakespeare for Screenwriters by JM Evenson