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Remembering the "Forgotten" Twilight Zone Writer

Even before The Twilight Zone premiered, Rod Serling said that his new series was one for storytellers. He followed through by recruiting some of the best ones around to contribute their most imaginative work. 887 more words

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Submitted for Your Approval -- Rod Serling Books

Rod Serling Books has released the cover for their first anthology. I will have a story in this anthology, and I am proud Anne Serling, daughter of Rod Serling, has chosen my story. 35 more words

Science Fiction

Serling's Advice to Writers

As most writers know, ideas often come in a flash of inspiration. You’re reading, or walking, or driving, and … click. A seemingly perfect premise or angle appears in your head. 398 more words

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Wendy Brydge reblogged this on Seeker of Truth and commented:

Who better to give writing advice than Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling? The man was an absolute genius and artist with a pen. His stories are imaginative, poignant and continue to be relevant 50+ years after they were first put to paper. For my first ever reblog, I want to share my favourite post of Paul's, “Serling's Advice to Writers”. This is advice that every blogger will benefit from. Read, learn, and apply!

Night Gallery's "Professor Peabody's Last Lecture"

A while back I stumbled across an old episode of Rod Serling’s 1970’s supernatural television show: Night Gallery. (The spiritual successor to The Twilight Zone… 211 more words

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DREAM IN MUSIC MEMADNESS REPORT: Round 2-And Then They Were 32!

Well, here we are in the 2nd round of the 2015 MeTv MeMadness Tournament, and the last time that I had reported on this there were 64 classic TV shows from MeTv’s very own library; And now there are only 32 of them left. 426 more words

Dream In Music

Everything in Planet of the Apes (1968) Came from These 6 Twilight Zone Episodes

It’s no secret that Rod Serling co-wrote the screenplay to the original Planet of the Apes in 1968. That was four years after his signature TV series, … 1,006 more words

Movies

Serling's Re-Zoning Efforts: "And When The Sky Was Opened"

Improve on Richard Matheson? Yeah — right, pal. Who do you think you are, Rod Serling?

You are? Well. Carry on, then.

Kidding aside, that’s what Serling did when he bought the rights to Matheson’s short story “Disappearing Act” and adapted it into… 685 more words

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