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Creative Screenwriting Magazine - Creative Screenwriting was named "the best magazine about screenwriting" by the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post. Sign up for CS Weekly for free.

Screenwriting Expo - The largest event in the world for screenwriters, Screenwriting Expo 5 features hundreds of seminars on every aspect of writing imaginable as well as numerous A-list guests of honor.

CS Web - This portal to the screenwriting world includes more than 1,000,000 words of advice to help you make the transition from aspiring to professional screenwriter.

Screenwriting Expo DVDs - Creative Screenwriting magazine brings you the best A-list speakers and seminars from the Expo on DVD. Beginning at only $14.95, these DVDs are a huge value.

Movie Scripts Online - A huge online database of film and TV scripts that features links to additional articles and interviews for every script included.

Screenwriter Interviews - There is no better way to learn the craft and business of screenwriting than speaking with the best scriptwriters working today. Screenplay Writer offers more than 150 complete interviews from the likes of Paul Thomas Anderson, John August, William Broyles, Antwone Fisher, David Goyer, Brian Helgeland, Charlie Kaufman, Kenneth Lonergan, Christopher McQuarrie, Alexander Payne, Richard Price, Tim Robbins, Gary Ross, John Sayles, Ron Shelton, Andrew Stanton, Ted Tally, and Nia Vardalos.

How to Write a Screenplay - Writer/director James P. Mercurio presents a step-by-step approach to writing your screenplay, whether it's your first or fiftieth.

TV Screenwriting - Veteran TV writer and producer Catherine Clinch presents her method for writing a TV screenplay from concept to production, discusses how the networks and studios work, the rules of writing two, four, and seven-act scripts, and how to approach writing a spec for an existing show.

Script Sales - Use this free database of spec script and pitch sales dating back to 1995 to see what types of screenplays have sold in the genre you're working in, or to the producers you're interested in working with.

Screenplay Contests - Offering ratings on every active screenplay contest, this site is a comprehensive guide for entering and winning contests and features interviews with contest coordinators and contest winners.

AAA Screenplay Contest - Sponsored by Creative Screenwriting magazine, the AAA Screenplay Contest is held twice a year (June and December) and offers big prizes and access to more than 350 production companies, agencies, and managers for its winners.

Entertainment Industry - Writer/producer Heather Hale presents a step-by-step guide on how the entertainment industry works and who has the real power in Hollywood.

Scriptwriting Business - Writer/producer Michael Lent presents his five-year plan for scriptwriting success and writer/producer Ron Suppa fills in the gaps in your knowledge base on becoming a working professional.

Screenplay Format - You have to look professional to be considered in Hollywood, and this site presents the standard screenplay format and answers all your questions.

Screenplay Treatment - Writer/Producer Michael Halperin lays out an approach you can use to writing treatments for your feature and TV scripts.

Screenwriting Books - The number of books available on screenwriting is staggering and it can be difficult to decide which ones would be the most beneficial for your writing and career, but with detailed reviews of more than 200 books for screenwriters, you should check here before you buy.

Screenwriting Resources - This great site lists the best products and services available to any writer including the biggest screenplay consultant reviews as well as a large database of production companies accepting unsolicited material.

Screenwriting Message Boards - The best place on the net to seek advice from fellow writers or to check out the job board and build your career.


Playwrights Showcase of the Western Region

Playwrights Showcase of the Western Region is created to support the original work of playwrights living in the western states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Colorado Theatre Guild

The Colorado Theatre Guild is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the promotion of the theatre arts in the state of Colorado.

Literary Leaps

This site features a carefully selected group of links that lead to useful online resources for writers. Expedite your search for valuable information and tools for your writing endeavors by linking up with this outstanding collection of websites.

Insight for Playwrights

A market report assisting playwrights in targeting and focusing their marketing efforts.

Arts to Zoo Colorado

A cultural arts events information guide to what's happening in Denver and Colorado.

Theatre by the Blind

Theater By The Blind (TBTB), an integrated company of blind, visually impaired and sighted artists, was started because there was no other organization in the U.S. dedicated to finding, developing and exhibiting blind theater artists.


Grants and Related Resources

A collection of reference guides to the resources available in the Michigan State University Libraries.

Arts Lynx

Colorado arts links to Colorado theatre, dance, and music.

Fort Smith Little Theater

The Fort Smith Little Theater was founded in 1948 in Fort Smith, Arkansas and has produced hundreds of plays.