New York, NY
A Forum for Writers
October 20, 2009
Three writers share their individual stories and experiences about getting their work published.
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02:59 Arlene Hutton, playwright, whose credits include The Nibroc Trilogy, I Dream Before I Take the Stand, and other plays.
10:33 Nicolas Kaufman, a Bram Stoker Award nominiated author, whose works include General Slocum's Gold, Hunt at World's End, and a collection of stories, Walk in Shadows.
13:59 Deborah Ludwig, author of Rebirth: A Leukemia Survivor's Journal of Healing during Chemotherapy, Bone Marrow Transplant, and Recovery.
18:52 General discussion and Q & A: the role and importance of agents; how to hire an agent; professional associations and networking opportunities for writers; funding opportunities and resources; the pluses and minuses (and costs) of self publishing; how blogs can be helpful for writers; getting plays workshopped and produced; dealing with writer's block; and the copyright process.
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Total running time: 1 hour, 36 minutes
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