Posts Tagged "conference"

Mon, 07 February 2011 not a weekend for the ladies

Some of my regular readers might remember my tangle with SFX magazine last year over its one-off special horror edition, which barely mentioned the existence of women in its pages, and its poor response.
Things must have changed, eh?
One year on the magazine just ran its multi-media conference, the Weekender 2, an event promising to [...]

Sat, 06 November 2010 flashback to Greece

Yesterday’s post with its emphasis on sunshine reminded me that this time last year I was in Greece as part of the first World Conference of Screenwriters. I was running the conference blog and social media, and it was a wonderful, if exhausting, few days in Athens.
The above picture is of the Parthenon at dusk [...]

Thu, 04 June 2009 finding direction

I’m off to Dublin today for the Give Me Direction screenwriting conference. On Saturday the Irish Playwrights and Screenwriters Guild is having its AGM, and I’ll be attending that as well.
It’s Thursday, so here is my weekly pico-prose:
In the Tube, crushed, Lin watches the Bronté Waterfall on the vid-strip, hears splash and spray [...]

Mon, 11 May 2009 children’s book conference

The children and young adult fiction markets are awash in speculative fiction writers, which is wonderful. Adults often read this fiction, sometimes because they come to it via their children, and often because young adult fiction is damn good.
Irish fans should therefore be interested in the Children’s Books Ireland conference, which takes place from 16-17 [...]

Thu, 07 May 2009 get some direction, quick

Before I inflict my weekly tiny piece of prose upon the web I’ll mention a couple of items that might be of interest to some of my readers.
First off while perusing the films appearing in the forthcoming Spanish and Latin American Film Season at the IFI in Dublin I noticed that on Monday May 11th [...]

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