How Does Stephen King Feel When Studios Change His Stories?

Under The Dome

Stephen King’s novel Under The Dome made its way to television this summer. (Photo courtesy CBS Television)

When you’re a writer, one of the most challenging parts of the job is when people want to change your work. Whether you’re dealing with an editor, an agent or even a professor conducting a workshop in your latest creative writing class, those criticisms are hard to swallow. But what happens when you’re one of the most famous authors on the planet and a studio wants the creative license to tweak your story almost to the point of being unrecognizable? How do you cope? Read more of this post

February 2011 Newsletter

For many of us, this has been one of the most frigid winters in recent memory. Read more of this post