Tuesday, June 23, 2009


On the BBC Writersroom site, a question and answer with children's writer Elly Brewer, Steven Andrew (Head Of CBBC Drama and Acquisitions), and Paul Ashton (development manager for the BBC writersroom).
Steven Andrew: The best ideas for me always come from writers who have a really clear sense of wanting to explore something, a particular genre, character, or something about that. And that's what you hang onto. They really know what it is they're trying to do and then you've got a handle on that.
Reminder: the deadline for the CBBC writing competition (New Stories for the Next Generation) is 1st July.

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