Be very careful when you write stories that contain barnyard animals.
From the Writers’ Room is a regular feature where we invite the writer behind the most recent serial episode to give us a behind-the-scenes glimpse at just what went into this week’s installment.
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We get by with a little help from our friends.
Okay, the Holden thing. Let’s get into that.
Look I know everybody wants to hear about Vincent and Reza...
Do you remember back in the Episode 9 notes when I said "Whiteout" took me three days to write? Magic all the way through? "Memories of Arcadia" is magic, too, but it's the kind that needs a little blood and suffering from you before it works.
partnership, collaboration, and an abundance of words.
You know how they say that life imitates art? Sometimes that’s true, and when you’re writing about a bunch of kids marooned lord-only-knows-where and being chased by killer robots, it’s the last thing that you want.
Sometimes perfection takes a bit of work.
So here it is, the second part of Loki’s back story.
Exploring the communities of Tremontaine.
Author Amy Rose Capetta tells about attending her very first Serial Box story summit! Spoiler: there will be bagels.
I came in to the ReMade writers room when it was about halfway through writing the first season as a guest--one who was made to feel very welcome. “Put your feet up,” everyone said. “Which character are you interested in? What do you want to do?”