The official magazine of the Writers Guild of America, Written By, has a very nice Q&A interview by Dennis Faye with David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, the creators (and sole writers) of the series on Showtime, Episodes. Even if you've never seen the program, it's an interesting and often funny look at writing a TV series, particularly when only two people write everything. It gets into such questions as craft (veering into decoupage...), dealing with an actor who is playing himself, and whether or not they would want to work on a show again that's on a network. You can read the whole thing here.
Robert J. Elisberg is a two-time recipient of the Lucille Ball Award for comedy screenwriting. He's written for film, TV, the stage, and two best-selling novels, is a regular columnist for the Writers Guild of America and was for the Huffington Post. Among his other writing, he has a long-time column on technology (which he sometimes understands), and co-wrote a book on world travel. As a lyricist, he is a member of ASCAP, and has contributed to numerous publications.
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