The Horowitz System®, is a trademarked writing system, developed by Professor Marilyn Horowitz, which proposes a revolutionary new way to write.
The basis of the system is that we are all already “hardwired” to be story tellers and the system helps writers access what they already “know” to write effectively and efficiently.
The Horowitz System®, actually makes you a better writer.
The Horowitz System® is a proprietary writing system which allows people to write clearly and evocatively on any topic, efficiently and effectively.Through a series of organic pre-visualization exercises Professor Horowitz teaches students how to harness their unconscious. Writers can turn their hopes and fears, and stories from their lives and their imaginations into the elements that one must have before writing a screenplay, novel, narrative or non-fiction of any kind…Read More
About Marilyn Horowitz
Marilyn Horowitz is an award-winning author, New York University professor, TV show creator, and Manhattan-based writing coach, who works with successful novelists, produced screenwriters, and award-winning filmmakers. Two of her mentees have been nominated for an Emmy, and another has won a Peabody Award. Horowitz was awarded the coveted New York University Award for Teaching Excellence in 2004. Since 1998, she has taught thousands of aspiring screenwriters to complete feature length screenplays, novels and TV pilots using her trademarked writing method, The HorowitzSystemÒ at New York University and in her private practice. She has also written five books on screenwriting based on her method, two of which are textbooks at NYU. Her first novel, The Book of Zev, was published by Koehler Books in 2014. Her newest project, Jokeonastick.com, is an animated comedy website that offers free weekly subscriptions, and has been getting over 150,000 views a week on Instagram.Read More
Professor Marilyn Horowitz, full-time writer, producer and script doctor conceived this step-by-step program that will genuinely get your first script completed.– GQ Magazine (“The Hollywood Issue”)