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    Hi Folks,

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the May/June issue of SCREENTALK is available at Barnes and Noble, Hasting Books, Bookstop and Bookshop.

    You'll also be able to find it on newsstands in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Canada.

    This issue features...

    Interviews with British writer/director TERENCE DAVIES (The House of Mirth), Norwegian writer/director PÃ...L JACKMAN (Detektor), TV writer DAVID ZUCKERMAN (Family Guy), LISA LOOMER (Girl, Interrupted), Confessions Of A Character Junkie, The Filipino Screenwriter -- An Endangered Species, Selling Your Own Series, To Sub-Text Or Not To Sub-Text, Writing From The Inside Out, The Caribbean -- Part II, Tales From The Trenches Of Syndicated Television, Fear Of Failure, Formatting Your Submitting Script -- Part II, Making Money As Motivation, Gurus, Greed & Gullibility, European Screenwriting Development Organizations, Waiting For The Golden Age -- Part II, Ernest Lehman . Auteur, The Key To Hollywood.

    Point your browser to <> for a complete Table of Contents.

    I'm also proud to announce that our July/August (Brian Helgeland)issue will feature...

    Interviews with writer/director/producer BRIAN HELGELAND (L.A. Confidential, Payback, A Knight's Tale), Italian writer SERGIO DONATI (Once Upon a Time in the West), ANNA PHELAN-HAMILTON (Gorillas in the Mist, Girl, Interrupted), French screenwriter JEAN-CLAUDE CARRIÈRE (The Unbearable Lightness of Being, The Tin Drum), novelist/screenwriter JOHN GILSTRAP, British writer JEREMY BROCK (Mrs. Brown), Dutch writer/homicide detective SIMON DE WAAL (Leak), BRIAN KOPPELMAN AND DAVID LEVIEN (Rounders, Knockaround Guys), Comedy writing team ROB SPRACKLING AND JOHN SMITH, Alternative Approaches To 3-Act Structure, Writers On Set and Off, Pitch Pitch Pitch, Global Comedy -- "Fish Out Of Water" Every Time, Slam-Bang Beginnings, Thru A Mythic Lens -- Native American Screenwriting, Mixing Genre Appeal -- Part I, Conscious Storytelling and much much more!

    "What a splendid magazine! There is an excellent balance between materials for newcomers and information for working professionals. I found myself picking up a lot of valuable hints, tips and insight, despite being a bit of a grizzled veteran of the writing trenches. I'd recommend it, unreservedly, to anyone who takes screenwriting seriously."

    Bob Couttie
    Writer/Director of Goodbye America, Doomsdayer and Legacy

    I hope you'll enjoy the magazine.

    All good wishes,

    Eric Lilleor
    Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, SCREENTALK
    The International Voice of Screenwriting
    Phone/Fax: +45 7670 1020
    E-mail: mailto:[email protected]

    "Whether you want to get tips from the pros or simply read
    top-notch scripts, SCREENTALK is the best site ever!"

    -- Writers Digest, April 2000