Literary Resources on the Web
Wikipedia, Screenwriter offers a good introduction to different aspects of screenwriting.
Screenwriting Info/ offers some great info about the different steps and understanding needed to write a screenplay.
Creative Screenwriting offers articles about screenwriting and hosts the Screenwriting Expo in Los Angeles in November.
The Internet Movie Data Base offers information about movies, including capsule reviews, cast lists, and production notes.
The Screenwriter's Utopia is a great new site for screenwriters. It offers interviews, newsletters and up-to-date information. A great new resource for screenwriters.
The Writers Guild offers information about screenwriting and has a registration service for screenplays.
Final Draft is an industry standard for formatting program for writing screenplays.
Reddit is a site that collects and rates information about screenwriting.
Sundance Screenwriters Lab/ offers a workshop for independent screenwriters.
Willamette Writers is one of the largest writer's groups in Oregon, and their new web site offers a number of links to other writer's groups and organizations.
The Publishing Law Center has 19 articles on legal issues of concern to publishers, editors and authors. These articles cover contracts, copyright, fair use, public domain, subsidiary rights, electronic rights and more.
Writers on the Net offers tutoring, literary mentors, classes, writer's groups. A good site to connect with other writers.
Wikipedia, Writing offers an overview of the writing process, starting from an overview of what writing accomplishes.
Reddit on Writing offers links to articles on writing that are rated by their popularity.
Nanowrimo is an annual program with a national writing month, when writers who participate write a novel in a month.
Daily Writing Tips offers responses to questions about writing.
Novelists, Inc. is an organization composed of working novelists who have had at least two novels published. Organized to be a site that offers an opportunity for working novelists to meet and share information, the material on the site offers some great insights for all writers. Recommended to anyone working on a novel.
Absolute Write, Jenna Glatzer's web site, offers classes, marketing information, and forums for writers.
Writers Digest On-line offers articles on writing, information about the Writers Digest writing contests, and the Writers Digest Book Club.
Rotten Tomatoes collects reviews of current movies and DVD rentals.
Internet Movie Data Base/ offers information about movies, including cast info and a search function that brings up info about a wide range of movies.
New York Times on Movies offers reviews and trailers for current movies.
Movie Fone offers movie reviews.
Book ReviewsSunday New York Times Book Reviews offers reviews of current novels.
NPR Book Reviews of current novels.
Wikipedia Overview of Book Reviews offers a discussion about book reviews.
Book Reviews from the Wall Street Journal.
New York Times Theater Page offers reviews of current plays being performed in New York.
Theatre In Chicago reviews and listings of current productions.
New York Theatre Guide offers capsule reviews of theaters in New York.
Blogs on Writing
The Ultimate Fiction Writing Resource Guide, 43 worthwhile fiction-writing resources, including fiction prompts and exercises, short story and novel writing resources, and more.
Tumblr On Writing Blogs offers information about various blogs on writing.
Advanced Fiction Writing Blog offers tips on writing by Randy Ingermanson - "the Snowflake Guy".
Blogs on Screenwriting
Written By, a blog created by the Writers Guild of America.
John August writes about screenwriting and offers links to sites of interest to screenwriters.Top of page