Thursday, January 10, 2008

Striking Writers Pen Kids Books

The Washington Post reports that to pass the time during the Writer's Guild strike, Hollywood creative minds are writing books for children.

The article highlights a plus in joining this industry: "... Creatively and emotionally, the chance to work on something that's personal without the presence of a massive corporation is special," said David Weiss, a writer of Shrek 2. But he and his colleagues are also realistic about the downside: "I don't think anyone thinks they're going to make a lot of money on it."

Welcome to our world.

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