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Posts Tagged ‘Kerry Madden’

Sundown on Sunset: Flaming August

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Kerry Madden, Los Angeles author, tells us about writing fiction for young adults.

Every doggie should have his day, thanks to Daniel Guss.

Ben Mankiewicz, Teresa Strasser and Katie Daryl are joining TMZ. Who knows why?

The HuffPo thinks Merv Griffin Is Gay is breaking news.

Reuters doesn’t think it’s news at all. (Reuters has “standards for news”? Since when?)

(photo from Thairin Smothers at WoW.)

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Media Events 5.31.07

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THURSDAY 05.31.07
WHAT: Signing, reading and story-swappin’ for Louisana’s Song
WHO: Author Kerry Madden
WHEN: 7 p.m.
WHERE: Duttons Books
WHY: If you’ve got kids age 9 and up, this could be a good way to get them off their computers and out of the house for a few hours tonight.

TUESDAY 06.05.07
WHAT: Screenwriting Course
WHO: Unknown screenwriter Matthew Waynee
WHEN: 7 p.m., but you’ll want to register in advance.
WHERE: West Hollywood
WHY: Because without this 12-week course, you’ll never get that damn screenplay finished.

THURSDAY 06.07.07
WHAT: Online News Association/LAT panel
WHO: Panelists include Meredith Artley, executive editor, latimes.com; Andrew Breitbart, publisher, Breitbart.com; Robert Long, vice president and news director, KNBC-TV; Anthony Marquez, Los Angeles bureau chief, The Associated Press
WHEN: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Los Angeles Times building
WHY: Because all journalism is online journalism these days. RSVP before you show up.

THURSDAY 06.07.07
WHAT: TV Writer’s Symposium
WHO: Producer/author/playwright Chad Gervich as well as showrunners, producers and staff writers of various shows.
WHEN: The six-week seminar starts at 7 p.m. You might want to register before that, though. Like, now, would be nice.
WHERE: West Hollywood
WHY: Whether you’re an aspiring writer, producer, director, or executive, this is the seminar you’ve been waiting for.