I still have a feed reader, and I still subscribe to all manner of sites and blogs, all of which give great content, great insight, and make for great reading. Here are five you might like too.
James Carey is a brilliant writer of radio shows like Hut 33, and the TV sitcom Bluestone 42. His blog is a lovely insight into the process of writing, and the current state of sitcom on British television.
Ken Levine has a list of credits as long as your arm, and probably wrote your favourite episode of any given US sitcom. He blogs daily, and every day he is well worth the time to read. His podcast is also great listening.
I’ve only just found this one, and I am currently trawling through the archive with glee. The title tells you all you need to know about the content.
Comic book and cartoon writer, and so much more, Mark is a prolific blogger, covering politics, industry, craft, and even musicals. Beware of Mushroom Soup though.
Lucy V Hay is a writer and script reader, and has a daily blog which is as much a resource for writers as you may ever need. Subjects include script reading, submission, genre, characterisation, pitching and writing research, among many more.