The WGAW Writers Education Committee (WEC) and Committee of Women Writers (CWW) present
E-PUBLISHING: SELF-HELP FOR WGA MEMBERS
A revolution is taking place. Writers and authors have found a viable writing career-sustaining outlet via e-publishing. Screen and TV writers are now permeating the market, discovering ways to create opportunities for
themselves and enhance their Hollywood careers.
Though the Guild does not cover book publication regardless of format, e-publishing can be an empowering stepping stone that can translate into Guild-covered work in adaptations for film, TV, new media, and transmedia.
In this panel, professionals will discuss the latest ebook/self- and indie-publishing developments, and how screenwriters are using e-publishing to rejuvenate their scripts. Members will also gain working knowledge of the free resources and tools necessary to e-publish and promote their own work.
WGA and Caucus members in good standing and a guest.
TUES., SEPTEMBER 20, 2011, 7:30 P.M.
WGAW 2nd Floor Del Reisman MPR
7000 W. Third St., LA 90048
SCHEDULED SPEAKERS (subject to change):
TV: The Glades, 1-800-Missing; book series: The Dead Man, The Jury,
Diagnosis Murder, Monk
film: Wanted, 3:10 to Yuma, 2 Fast 2 Furious; books: Dark Men, Columbus,
The Silver Bear
books: The Harrowing, The Price, The Unseen, Book of Shadows
Attorney JAY W. MACINTOSH
Smashwords’s MARK COKER presents How To info!
Moderated by CWW co-chair/WEC member CHRISTIANA MILLER
book: Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead