Authentically connecting with an audience is the key to powerful writing. In this episode, political speechwriter Roger Wolfson talks about how he went from writing for Senators John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, Paul Weston & Joe Lieberman to writing and selling scripts in Hollywood. Roger has written for “Saving Grace”, “Fairly Legal”, “The Closer”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and many more. He gives great advice on reading and analyzing scripts, writing themes and emotional through lines, creating conflict in scenes, pacing, the challenge of dialogue and techniques to find a voice.
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