A collection of interviews and media featuring Chistopher DeWan.
Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for the San Francisco Book Review
From Emily Teitsworth, The Adirondack Review
by Spencer Dew, decomP
Reviewed by The Triangle.
By Michael Noll, Read to Write Stories.
Michael Noll takes a close look at Christopher DeWan’s story, “Voodoo.”
A review of the story (and Hoopty Time Machines) by Michael Czyzniejewski, for Story 366.
A review by The Wild Hunt.
An interview with Christopher DeWan. By Chuck Augello, Cease, Cows.
A review by Books, Personally.
A chat with Christopher DeWan, author of Hoopty Time Machines. By Brianne Kohl, The Review Review.
A review by Jersey Devil Press.
An interview with Christopher DeWan, author of Hoopty Time Machines. By Steph Post.
Reviewed for Literary Orphans by T.L. Sherwood.
In only two short seasons over the last year, the International Screenwriters' Association's "Fast Track" Fellowship has inspired real-world Hollywood connections.
This enjoyable romp may not be the very best of the brothers, but it's a sweet treat for film fans and a lesson for screenwriters on how to zig while others zag.
Having taken a literary approach to his writing since his early days, his continued dedication to the writing craft has proven that, with hard work and determination, good things can and will happen. Chris is an example of a writer that has a calm, never say die attitude, and in this spotlight interview he shares his process, expectations, and excitement for what he loves to do.
This interview offers tangible techniques and useful tricks to write in a way that resonates with relevant, personal themes.
#CreativeWorldAwards finalist Chris DeWan gives insight on his diverse career, the definition of success, and what makes screenwriting different.
LitWrap (the literary blog that evolved to create the renowned Narrative Social Club podcast) included this interview in its issue focusing on short and "flash" fiction.
The resource-rich writers' blog Great Writers Steal takes a close read of "The Atheist of Dekalb Street," published in wigleaf in 2013.