Rachel Jellinek is the President of Reflection Films, based out of Arlington, MA. She has a background in nonprofit work in public health and education, enjoys jigsaw puzzles, going for walks, and cooking.
So this post will be a weird one, because it's one part quarantine fitness, one part tech review, and one part a (really, really late) thumbs up for Netflix's Cobra Kai, which is due to drop season 3 on January 8, 2021.
TROS makes too many asks, with no narrative payoff, until the plot becomes a series of conveniences that add up to set pieces intended solely to make you feel one way or another at the disservice of the story itself.
I guest-starred on Worldbuild with Us, a podcast devoted to building an fantasy setting, one episode at a time.
Gutenberg is not a horrifying nightmare after all. It's actually quite nice, and it's going to allow us to build custom themes for clients that grant them an unprecedented level of control.
These are the people I've seen reappear time and time again in writing workshops, like a recurring cancer.
In the vast majority of contemporary genre writing (in the novel form, and particularly in science fiction), writers have a slow rate of revelation, blending world-building factoids scene-to-scene, rather than in front-loading blobs.
Annie Truong is a veteran digital producer whose freelance experience spans across (most of!) the big advertising agencies in Boston.
Yurij Lojko is a part-time web developer at WuXi NextCODE who also runs his own freelance web development studio at Lojko & Co.
This isn't the first time that Susans have lost to Trishes.
Emotionally overwrought and narratively underdeveloped, Arrival echoes Interstellar, despite intriguing premise and breathtaking visuals.
The Duffer Brother's new genre flick Stranger Things is bursting at the seams with nostalgia, but for want of new ideas.
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Yep, it’s really that simple. There’s a reason why the waterfall approach is a mainstay of web design: it works. After a decade of WordPress websites, I have my process down to a science.