The Successful Screenwriter is interested in the following content:

  • Listicles

    • (Secrets to Success/Mistakes writers make/Screenwriting Tips/Latests Writing Trends.) Listicles must have a number such as top 5 Secrets to success, 10 Screenwriting tips...

    • Listicles of must-read Hollywood scripts are popular on our site. Especially genre-based (sci-fi/horror/drama) here is an example 6 Romantic Scripts You Will Love to Read
      • ​Listicles suggesting must-read scripts have to be made available to download from our article. Sites to find scripts for free CLICK HERE
  • ‘What I Learned From …’ articles. Have you been to an event; met a top writer, producer, or filmmaker; or seen or read something (or something else) that has TAUGHT you important insights or lessons about writing? Then we'd be happy to share it.

  • Reflective posts on the Struggles of a Screenwriter are more than welcome. However, these must be insightful, meaningful, and provide value to our community. Here's an example - Don't Be That Screenwriter.

Our Style:

500-1500 word count max; Infographics welcome.

Article titles must be attractive and make our community want to read them. The content needs to be engaging. No one wants to read a boring article. It must add value to our community. Include SEO keywording in the post to ensure that it will stay relevant over time. Here's a list to help you CLICK HERE

Please send jpegs separately if there is a specific image you want to be used. Please be sure you own the image or provide a rights-free one. For a list of free photo libraries, CLICK HERE.

For Hollywood Scripts to download send those as a zip file. VIA EMAIL

The Successful Screenwriter is about education, entertaining (edutainment), and positivity. All of our posts reflect this. Negativity, hate speech, complaining, whining, are not welcome here and will not be posted.

 

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  1. Please send a short pitch for an article VIA EMAIL.

  2. Tell us a little about yourself and why you feel qualified to write an article for our site. Please include any links to other articles you feel are appropriate.

  3. Please be open to receiving notes on changes to the content provided as they will be expected.

  4. We do not pay for content. But will include links to your materials as well as a short bio at the bottom of the post.

  5. Do not send it to us as a PDF. use a .doc  please.