What it really takes to bring a creative idea to fruition
How Tina Fey and Co. skewered the conventions of TV comedy—and triumphed
Downtown Los Angeles has a new dance scene
The need for designers to stay engaged from concept to launch.
Is this the storm before the calm?
“Genius” is not only a misconception, it’s a threat to all artists
Your mental state matters — a lot
The answer to one of life’s greatest questions may be closer than you think
Everyday conversations can be telling
A couple of years ago I decided to write a coming-of-age novel set in 1968, seen through the eyes of a twenty-one-year-old woman who, in…
Heartbreak is Mandatory
Rethinking emulsion-free sensor shapes
A #Fem2 Interview With Rivka Solomon
Musical Interludes & Romancing Your Root Chakra
A counterintuitive approach to low-budget camera choices
48 hours without my mobile device taught me I’m not missing anything, except real life.
how do you know when you’ve succeeded as a parent?
what I learned today: don’t leave three kids under five upstairs by themselves with a large suitcase and foot lotion within reach
All my life, I’ve wanted nothing more than to work with books.
Over the past few months, I’ve been lucky to get interviewed a lot (lucky, because it means I have something to promote, specifically, my…
The great thing about writing fiction is that whatever you say—with enough authority—becomes true.
We know any drama ends when we find the answer to the question which gave rise to it.
Before the wild post-season of the millennial Mets, I had never been a sports fan.
This is a story about the birth of modern celebrity media coverage.
My business is a game of minutes.
A day on a TV set is to see a constant checkerboarding of estimates and events.
This past fall, I had the amazing privilege of hiring a writing staff for my upcoming TV show, Nikki & Sara Live.
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