- Introduction: SCRIPTjr.nl & Issue 1.1
by Quimby Melton
"Despite its diverse content, ... SCRIPTjr.nl is essentially concerned with just two relationships: (a) that between textual culture and visual culture; (b) that between mainstream literary culture and fringe writers and texts."
- Production’s “dubious advantage”: Lesescenarios, closet drama, and the (screen)writer’s riposte
by Quimby Melton
The largely overlooked Lesescenario, or "closet screenplay," belongs to a tradition of "readerly" performance literature that can help screenwriters subvert their marginalization as writers and the marginalization of their texts as literary objects.
- Caitlin McCarthy Interview
by Caitlin McCarthy and Quimby Melton
Screenwriter, Wonder Drug and Resistance
- 1001 Film Scenarios: Selections from a Proposed Chapbook
by Richard Kostelanetz
chapbook: "a small book or pamphlet of popular tales, ballads, etc., formerly hawked about by chapmen; a small book or pamphlet, often of poetry."
- Nora and Me (and Food)
by Marsha McCreadie
"The instant I said, 'No, thank you,' I knew my goose was cooked. When Nora Ephron offered me some chicken cooked by her own hands, right on the cusp of my interview with her, my middle class suburban girl response was to politely decline."
- Satu Kaikkonen
by Quimby Melton and Satu Kaikkonen
"Asemic texts, as it were, serve as a projection of humanity's desire to reconnect with the mythological root of all languages and, by extension, one another."
- Filippo Soevv
by Filippo Soevv and Quimby Melton
Filippo Soevv's graffiti (master)pieces utilize -- and, in fact, often merge -- intricate, jumbled word forms and commentary-charged murals.
- Report from the Fourth Annual Screenwriters Festival: Cheltenham, UK
by Andrew Horton
Over 450 participants and more than 40 speakers participated in this year's festival which was held on the campus of Cheltenham's Ladies College.
- from Threshold
by Allison Urban and Quimby Melton
June 2009 art installation at the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media at the University of Washington in Seattle, USA.