Book-to-Movie Adaptations

Ava DuVernay's adaptation of Madeline L'Engle's celebrated novel knows what it wants to say, but not how to say it.
The actresses are shopping around an adaptation of Celeste Ng's 2017 best-seller.
MW: Can you tell me about how you got started writing and publishing? MW: How long does it usually take from ideation to
A BuzzFeed article about the murder of Dee Dee Blancharde, and her supposedly chronically ill daughter's involvement, fascinated readers.
The actress and literacy advocate loves classic children's books as much as you do.
The director behind “Brooklyn” will bring Tartt’s tome to the screen.
If you're an author with aspirations of seeing your work adapted for film or TV, people love to look at you like you're a sad puppy. "Oh, but movies are never as good as the book," they say. But is that really true? Happily, no.
I found in my research that the true Dracula’s wife had committed suicide believing he had been killed by the Turks “defending
As writers, whether fiction or freelance, our works often arise from the things we see around us or the things we wish we could see. Nonetheless, our works also stem from the visuals that have been created for us.
Whimsy, wonder and what could be the next “Gone Girl."
As a longtime practitioner of the art of fiction writing and a committed reader of the works of others, I have been thinking a great deal about the impact of the proliferating film/TV industry on the future of reading.
As book lovers, we tend to be skeptical about film adaptations, but we are fans of both the thirteen books on this list and their cinematic counterparts. Read the book, then stream the movie. Netflix is a marvelous thing.