Looking for software that can help you wrange your creative vision? How does “free” and “open-source” sound? CeltX is rapidly moving toward a version 3.0. It started off as storyboarding software for animators and movie-makers — but now includes templates for organising and shaping screenplays, comic books, novels, radio plays, and even stage drama. It’s also nice to see documention books appearing for it. Graham Higson of the UK’s Falmouth University M.A. Writing course has just written a long review of the ebook of the new book Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner’s Guide.