Sell Your Stories, Scripts and Pilots,
Build an Audience for your Novels and
Put Yourself 5 Years Ahead of Your Competition in
June 15th - 24th
Doors are Now Closed - But you can Stay in the Loop
Whether you are a screenwriter, fiction author, game writer, or web series developer, (Virtually) Everything Story is a 10-day ONLINE event that will catapult
your WRITING, and your CAREER
to the next level of success.
With unprecedented access to the TOP names in the industry, attending this conference will put you 5 to 10 years ahead of the competition.
Why Attend (Virtually) Everything Story?
More than 2 DOZEN live, interactive presentations and workshops from June 15th - 24th.
Q and A with the movers and shakers from the world of fiction, game, screenwriting and television.
This kind of ACTIONABLE, USEFUL, POWERFUL training that usualy costs HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS for just ONE of these talks.
Doors are currently closed - but you can stay in the loop!
Wednesday, June 15th
Michael Hauge ~ Crafting Transformative Characters: Taking Your Characters From Identity to Essence
Sara-Jayne Slack ~ Cut the BS! – Busting Traditional Publishing Myths,
and Navigating the Industry
John Truby ~ Novels: The Number One Screenwriting Strategy Today /
Why Being a Novelist is Your Ticket to Hollywood Success
Thursday, June 16th
Jeff Goins ~ How to Use Blogging as a Creative Writer and Storyteller
Lee Jessup ~ Why Having an Agent Won’t Save You
Audra Casino ~ Storytelling Through Audio
Friday, June 17th
Jen Grisanti ~ Writing A TV Pilot That Sells: Setting Up The Structure
Katie Karlovitz ~ Talking to Ego: How to Present Well and Look Confident
When Talking to People Who Outrank You
Carole Kirschner ~ The Unwritten Rules of Hollywood: What They Don’t Teach You in Film School
Saturday, June 18th
Sarah Carbiener and Erica Rosbe ~ You Never Stop Breaking In:
Writing for TV in a Digital World
Marx Pyle and Kathie Fong Yoneda ~ Workshop: Developing and Getting Your Web Series Off the Ground
Eric Edson ~ How to Write Plots Like a Hollywood Pro:
For Screenwriters, Novelists, and All Storytellers
Sunday, June 19th
Pamela Jaye Smith ~ Creating Our Next Mythologies
James Napoli and Mindi White ~ The Story Dragons: A Meet-The-Reader Panel in which Seasoned Industry Story Analysts will Breathe Fire on Your Premise and Slay Your Narrative Dragons
Monday, June 20th
Sam Landstrom ~ Making Reading Addictive Via Interactive Fiction
Allison Moon ~ Transforming Your Story Into Income
Tuesday, June 21st
Kristan Higgins ~ Missed Opportunities: Making Sure You’ve Ticked Every Box to Create a Multilayered Story
Megan Dougherty & Elijah Renard ~ Representation in Media: Why Seeing Yourself in Story Matters
Matt Group ~ Game Writing: How to Tell Stories Through Technology and Games
Wednesday, June 22nd
Lisa Bloom ~ Get out of the Attic: Storytelling to Attract Massive Interest, Book Gigs & Close Deals
Danny Manus ~ Crafting Loglines and Query Letters That Sell
John Bucher and Jeremy Casper ~ Creating Cross-Platform Characters: From Feature Films to Webisodes; From Video Games to Television
Thursday, June 23rd
Sarah MacLean ~ Mastering the Art of Great Conflict
Joan Stewart ~ How to Use Email to Attract Fans, Create SuperFans, Tell a Story, & Sell
Michael Jorgensen p.g.a. ~ Power Narrative: the Secrets of Documentary Storytelling
Friday, June 24th
Dan O’Shannon ~ What Not to do in a Writers’ Room
Chris Vogler ~ E-Motion Pictures: How to Channel the Power of Emotions in the Body