Here’s our 978th article on resumes. ‘Cause you can never get enough advice on resumes. Just like I can never get enough Star Wars action figures. Priorities. But normally they’re advising what goes into a résumé. This time, let’s read … Continue reading →
Are you an aspiring video game writer? Check out this WRITERS GUILD podcast episode “Words Into Pixels: Video Game Writing” recorded at the WGF event in Los Angeles.
Moderated by: Neil Druckmann (THE LAST OF US, UNCHARTED 4: A THIEF’S END). Guest panel includes: TJ Fixman (RATCHET & CLANK series), Marianne Krawczyk (GOD OF WAR series) and Tom Bissell (GEARS OF WAR: JUDGMENT). Listen for their insightful and very funny stories on:
The challenges and constraints of writing video game scripts.
The most annoying parts of the job.
What skills are important if you want to write for games.
Writing Center Workshop: APA Style Friday, August 28 – 2pm Eastern
What is on your resume? Is APA style listed in your writing skills?
The Writing Center will host an APA style workshop on Friday, August 28th at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. This online training will introduce students to the basics of citing sources in APA style. We’ll cover APA formatting and citation rules from the 6th edition of the APA manual. This workshop will be archived for those who cannot attend.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the training. For more info on The Writer Center and future workshops, visit: https://orgsync.com/50931/news_posts
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For many from my generation, John Hughes was THE MAN. His films were so honest and true, even when seemingly preposterous, that we related to them. To this day, my father claims that the reason I sent myself to boarding … Continue reading →
Recently, I cited a famous David Mamet work that is integral to the American masterworks of the 20th century: Glengarry Glen Ross. But I couldn’t just cite it because it lingered with me. Then I came across the title of … Continue reading →