BY: Jaime Parker Stickle
Elizabeth Crane is the author of such novels as We Only Know So Much and The History of Great Things. She has a unique, honest, and quirky voice, and you’ll relate to her characters, even those at odds with each other, recognizing them as friends or family. Crane’s writing is addictive in all the best ways.
When film director/writer/producer Donald Lardner Ward suggested Crane adapt her novel We Only Know So Much into a screenplay, she did. The result is an award-winning film.
The Coachella Review had the great pleasure of sitting down with Elizabeth Crane to discuss the process of adapting her novel into a screenplay, and what book and film fans can expect from Crane in the future.