In any creative endeavor, craft by itself is simply not enough. Designed not just to awaken creativity, but to teach the writer the process of being creative within the context of screenwriting, this new, unique addition to Linda Seger’s highly popular collection of books combines the tools necessary to learn how to think and write more creatively with indispensable screenwriting know-how.
Making a Good Writer Great does just what its title professes—provides writers with the knowledge necessary to write at the highest artistic level.
“As much a course in creativity as a book on craft, Linda Seger’s Making a Good Writer Great is both nurturing and provocative. Holistic and catalytic, jammed with exercises and thought-provoking queries, it addresses the artist as well as the art. Any writer, but especially screenwriters, will be strengthened by its practical wisdom.”
—Julia Cameron, author of The Artist’s Way
“A bold, new approach to screenwriting. Dr. Seger humanizes the process by acknowledging the role that psychology, our personal stories, and our personal spirituality play in our creative work.”
—Linda Woolverton, screenwriter, Beauty and the Beast; co-screenwriter, The Lion King