LA writers/creatives/entrepreneurs, stop by our October Write On/Guided Goals Hangout on Wednesday, September 7, from 1 – 3pm at Peet’s, 1854 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles. RSVP on Facebook. Also, we’re going to start doing Hangouts on Facebook Live. Keep an eye on the Write On Online Facebook Page for notifications.
Post your October Goals on Write On Online or Facebook and be entered in a drawing to win a book from Michael Wiese Productions. Congratulations to this month’s goal-posting winner Shannon Holly Kuharik, who won a copy of Beat by Beat by Todd Klick. Write On Online has regular, ongoing content, including Q&As (check out recent interviews with playwright Ken Levine and author Shannon Luders-Manuel); Write On! Wednesdays; Meeting Recaps, and more.
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Artemis Journal is seeking art and literary submissions for the upcoming 2017 Artemis Journal. For submission guidelines, go to Artemisjournal.org.
Tommy Burke’s Not Just Sunglasses & Autographs Podcast launched this week. Listen on Libsyn and iTunes. Read the recaps on Hollywood TV Experience, which you can Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
The first of Merrill Feitell’s video essays just got published at ElectricLiterature.com — along with a craft and process essay about arriving at this form: “Map Inset: Kansas – A Video Essay about a woman, a dog, the open road, and the things we carry to the middle of nowhere.” Watch here.
Amy Lieu launched a talk show on her YouTube channel, called #AmyLieuPresents to empower women with an Asian American perspective. The show is for all genders and races. She has interviewed actors/actresses, comedians, musicians, her mother about her Vietnam War refugee experience, and more. Also as working journalist, she aims for the show to highlight underrepresented stories of marginalized communities.
Looking for a costume this Halloween? Tien Starling’s article in the October issue of Dell Horoscope has plenty of ideas…Happy Boo day!!
Greenscreen Made Easy – 2nd Edition by Jeremy Hanke and Michele Yamazaki is newly released from Michael Wiese Productions.
The Todos Santos Writers Workshop offers a 10% discount on tuition for the upcoming Feb 5 – 11 session in Baja to WriteOn! members who apply by September 30. Classes in Fiction, Nonfiction, Memoir, with craft seminars and special guest speakers. Join us in our Pueblo Magico by the sea for the story of your life.
Starting in September, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, writers are welcome to come to the Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club to write from 6:30 to 10pm. The club, at 1210 4th St, asks for a $3 donation. RSVP to MAnnapav@aol.com.
The Tahoma Literary Review is accepting narrative nonfiction submissions on any subject. Full guidelines are here. Also accepting fiction and poetry submissions. They currently pay between $30 and $100.
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Do your kids love to write? Want to encourage them to hone and expand their writing skills? Check out Purple Pencil Adventures: Writing Prompts for Kids of All Ages. Although it’s geared towards kids, there are plenty of prompts adults can use to exercise those writing muscles! Write on! To learn more listen to my interview on the She Wrote a Book Podcast with Lena Anani.
Write On Online’s Guided Goals Podcast is a series of expert interviews, designed to help people pursue their passion projects. Each episode wraps with action items, so listeners can take what they heard, and move forward right away. We are taking a break, but you can listen to previous podcasts on GuidedGoals.com. Also, watch on YouTube, listen, and subscribe on iTunes, listen on Stitcher, or listen on Google Play.
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October 7: Early bird ticket deadline for #140 conf tickets #140conf. The event is at The Crest in Los Angeles on November 14. Details below. Get Early Bird Tickets.
October 15: Bring your writing questions to Gerald Everett Jones of GetPublished! radio, and sit in on a taping of his show, starting at 10:30am. Sponsored by IWOSC, the event will be in Culver City and costs $35 for non-members, $15 members. More info & RSVPs: IWOSC.org.
October 17: PALA (Publishers Association of Los Angeles) presents a talk about Google Analytics and what it can do for writers with Joel Davis. Free to PALA members; $15 others. The event is in Culver City, and starts at 7pm. More info at Pa-la.org.
October 20: Celebrate the season finale of Book’d “The Ultimate Bibliophiles’ Night Out” lit event at The Group Repertory/Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood. Festivities to include author readings, bookish giveaways and a catered mingling reception. RSVP and get details.
October 20 – 22: Author 101 University at Concourse LAX. The conference costs only $197 and you can bring a friend for FREE. Use coupon code TERRYGUEST to save another $50.
October 29: PALA presents The Nuts and Bolts of Self-Publishing with Sharon Goldinger. Go to PA-LA.org and click on the right sidebar for a list of all the topics Sharon will cover. RSVP and pay there as well. This 4-hour seminar starts at 9:30am in Culver City, and prepaid reservations are required. $69 before October 8; $79 after.
November 2: November LA Hangout at Peet’s in Westwood. RSVP on Facebook.
November 14: The 2016 edition of #140conf will take place in Los Angeles at The Crest in Westwood. I will be co-hosting the event with founder Jeff Pulver. The format of our conference are 10 minute talks mixed with a few short panel discussions, followed by networking. The #140conf events provide a platform to listen, connect, share, and engage with each other, while collectively exploring the effects of the real-time internet on business. Check out the lineup and get tickets.
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