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Washington Post 3h
How did Nelson Mandela survive 27 years in prison? A new collection of letters sheds light.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 17
This was fun. Talking shop with terrific writers and of course, always great to hang with & . Thanks for having me.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 16
The Book That Terrified Neil Gaiman. And Carmen Maria Machado. And Dan Simmons.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 15
It's always fun when you're watching TV & a friend unexpectedly pops up. Today, it was on
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Glen Mazzara Jul 15
Exactly the podcast I’ve been looking for. Smart people discussing sci fi & horror.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 15
Just caught up with Nice work by & her team. Lots of heart.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 14
Purple Boys - Ideal Sleep Solutions and Zonk Strategies (Episode 1 of 6) via
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Glen Mazzara Jul 14
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Glen Mazzara Jul 14
Given what’s going on with SCOTUS, everyone should see . Really great film. Lots of heart.
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Glen Mazzara retweeted
ATX TV Festival Jul 10
NEW on : From , , , , , & break down power dynamics "Inside the Writers Room" + drop some invaluable wisdom for writers at all levels. Listen wherever you get your pods!
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
This is incredible. RT on Harlan Ellison -- His Life, Death & Legacy via
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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Tom Fontana should be on TV's Mt. Rushmore, right next to Rod Serling.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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I took everything I could from Fontana. Still do. If you love TV, watch his work. There's a heart there that's all too often missing from today's shows.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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When I was starting out, I joined the museum of TV & Radio in NY and binge-watched Homicide. That's right, I invented binge-watching. 😉
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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And I imagine The Wire's would say he learned a lot from Fontana on the brilliant show, Homicide: Life on the Street.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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Argue all you want, but The Sopranos was built on the foundation of OZ. No one had ever seen a show like that.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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This CNN article says the roots of today's TV go to The Sopranos & The Wire. The real root is deeper. It's Tom Fontana.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
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Tom Fontana may not be a name many millennials know but he is the most influential TV writer I can think of.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 9
When I had dinner with Norman Lloyd last night, the 103 year-old actor went on & on about 4 greats he had worked with: Hitchcock, Chaplin, Orson Welles, & Tom Fontana.
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Glen Mazzara Jul 8
Just had dinner with Norman Lloyd, 103 year-old actor who was friends w/Hitchcock & Chaplin. So sharp. I couldn’t keep up.
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