About this book series

Palgrave Studies in Screenwriting is the first book series committed to the academic study of screenwriting. It seeks to promote an informed and critical account of screenwriting and of the screenplay with a view to understanding more about the diversity of screenwriting practice and the texts produced. The scope of the series encompasses a range of approaches and topics from the creation and recording of the screen idea, to the processes of production, to the structure that form and inform those processes, to the agents and their discourses that create those texts.

Electronic ISSN
2731-4499
Print ISSN
2731-4480
Series Editor
  • Steven Maras,
  • Eva Novrup Redvall,
  • Miranda Banks

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. SCOPUS