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Alex and Nick invite Gretchen Enders, writer on TV series (Queen America, Grace and Frankie, Take My Wife, Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street) and audio originals (Bedtime Stories for Cynics, This Sounds Serious), to discuss working and pitching shows across formats. How do you blend your voice within an established show? How do you find stability as a TV writer between seasons? What is good advice when taking a general meeting? How were the rooms of Queen America, Grace and Frankie, Take My Wife, and Gortimer Gibbons? How does writing radio plays compare with writing for television? What should you keep in mind when pitching and selling shows? What was it like winning a WGA award? The Paper Team intently listens... SHOWNOTES Content Writing and Pitching Across Formats with Gretchen Enders (00:34) Final Advice, Resources, and Next Week On (44:12) Links Gretchen Enders on Instagram Queen America on Facebook Grace and Frankie on Netflix Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street on Amazon Take My Wife "Directing TV Comedy ft. Alethea Jones" (PT118) "Room to Dream" - David Lynch & Kristine McKenna Northern Exposure Level Up "Gortimer, Ranger and Mel vs. The Endless Night" (2x13 - Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street) Aminta Goyel Shauna McGarry Nick Offerman's Bedtime Stories for Cynics This Sounds Serious Patriot Resource "The Hollywood Standard" - Christopher Riley Special thanks to Alex Switzky for helping us edit this episode. If you enjoyed this episode (and others), please consider leaving us an iTunes review at! :) You can find Paper Team on Twitter: Alex - @TVCalling Nick - @_njwatson If you have any questions, comments or feedback, you can e-mail us:


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