Roswell’s Jason Katims discusses his early years, the upsides of television, and advises aspiring writers.
Part 1 of 2.
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Once a struggling playwright, Roswell creator Jason Katims began his television career writing for the highly influential drama, My So-Called Life. In the first entry of this two-part series, Katims talks with The WB about writing, his background, and what the hell baseball has to do with anything.
“…there’s something freeing about the fact that nobody gives a shit what you write, and nobody cares what you’re writing about. There’s something freeing about that because it allows you to really write in a very pure way.”
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