LINDA ARONSON is a British-born Australian screenwriter, educator and author. She wrote the AACTA-nominated drama Kostas and several television series, such as Something in the Air and GP. Born in London, Aronson’s first paid writing job was a 1973 radio adaptation of her own stage play Closing Down for the ABC. This was followed by Cafe in a Side Street in 1975, and The Fall Guy in 1976. Aronson has also written several books, including the bestselling screenwriting guide, The 21st Century Screenplay, written as a response to standard screenwriting teaching that focused on linear, single-protagonist stories. As well as her screenwriting, she now consults on film and TV scripts and teaches scriptwriting workshops for TV and film internationally.