Steve Duncan is a Professor of Screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University. A current member of WGA West and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Produced credits include Co-Creator and Executive Consultant, CBS-TV Emmy winning series Tour of Duty; Writer-Producer, ABC-TV Emmy nominated series A Man Called Hawk, and Co-Writer of Emmy nominated TNT original film The Court-martial of Jackie Robinson. He’s the Writer-Producer-Director of the feature-length documentary The Hue, Tint and Shades of Words: Diverse Screenwriters in the Entertainment Industry. The writer of five fiction novels, he’s also the author of A Guide to Screenwriting Success: How to Write for Film and Television (Rowman-Littlefield) and Genre Screenwriting: How to Write Popular Screenplays That Sell (Continuum Books). He’s a contributing author to The Handbook of Creative Writing (Edinburgh University Press) and Now Write! Screenwriting (Tarcher/Penguin). An United States Navy veteran achieving the rank of Lieutenant Commander, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Communication Arts: Television and Film, from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.