Featured Writing

Red Dress

by Manikya Veena You are completely crazy. In the past you have called yourself fat, stupid, lazy, and clumsy—all of which you are, to some extent or the other, but not crazy. Not until now. You are vacating the house, your home of four years. “I think it’s a good…

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The Penmen Profile: “Knowing” Screenwriter Ryne Douglas Pearson

by Rebecca LeBoeuf Author and screenwriter Ryne Douglas Pearson may be best known for the 2009 film, “Knowing,” a sci-fi thriller featuring Nicholas Cage that hit number one in the international box office during its opening weekend. He first emerged in the world of screenwriting, however, with the film, “Mercury…

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Talking Writing with Dee Dee M. Scott

Award-winning playwright and author Dee Dee M. Scott, is also a screenwriter, publisher, producer and director. She is the author of the bestselling book, “My Husband’s Woman,” which she later adapted to the stage. A full list of her books can be found here. Have you always written? Yes. I…

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SNHU Talks Process and Writing with Screenwriter Betsy O’Neill

by Gabbi Hall Tell me about your background as a writer. I’ve been working in Hollywood for over 10 years as a screenwriter/ producer mostly on one major feature-length film project. I have two other projects. However, I have focused most of my time on the one big A-list, potentially…

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Person of Interest: Screenwriter David Slack

by Pamme Boutselis David Slack is an animation and television writer. His credits include “Person of Interest,” “Lie to Me,” “The Forgotten,” “In Plain Sight,” “Law & Order,” “Generator Rex,” “Transformers Prime,” “Jackie Chan Adventures,” “Totally Spies!,” Teen Titans” and more. The Penmen Review recently had a chance to ask…

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