Here’s his blog at Badass Digest.
For an uber-in-depth breakdown of screenwriting,
check out: THE COMPLETE FILM CRIT HULK ARCHIVE
Jane in Progress
Jane Espenson has worked on every single Joss Whedon show, (Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse) Battlestar Galactica, Once Upon a Time, Torchwood, Caprica, Gilmore Girls, etc. Basically, all your favorite shows.
This is the professional blog of screenwriter John August. His screenwriting credits include Go, Big Fish, Charlie’s Angels, Titan A.E., Charlie and Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie.
Basically, subscribe to his blog and read everything he posts.
While you’re at it, subscribe to Scriptnotes, his free podcast with Craig Mazin. Mazin writes movies that everybody sees and lots of people love to hate. The archive episodes are available if you subscribe via Libsyn for $2.99 a month. This information and insight is kind of priceless, and unlike ANY other screenwriting advice you may have heard before.
Nerdist Writers Panel (podcast)
Here’s another fantastic podcast about screenwriting and the business of writing television. For those paying attention, Pixar writes their movies in a very similar fashion to a TV writer’s room, so if you wanna write on the same level as Pixar, you gotta listen to these folks.
Children of Tendu (podcast)
Javier Grillo-Marxuach and Jose Molina explain everything you need to know about working as a TV writer. Must listen, it’s only 13 episodes.