The original announcement appears at write-la.com. Check it out here. Write LA is back for our third season, and we’re making some changes that we’re really excited about! We’re confident Write LA 3.0 is going to be our best competition yet. We’ve listened, we’ve learned, and we want to make the prizes as valuable for... Continue Reading →
by Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) & Ken Aguado (@kaguado) In part one and part two of this series, we discussed what the various talent representatives (agents, managers, and lawyers) do, and what you must do to attain representation. In this final piece, we’ll discuss how you can work your way into the industry in order to... Continue Reading →
On Friday, I attended a panel called Breaking In: Finding Representation. The panel featured two up and coming writers, Justin Marks and John Swetnam, and their representation.
This article on how to get an agent is actually written by an agent, Phillipa Burgess, so it might be worthwhile to listen to what she has to say. You're not going to come across anything groundbreaking in this article, but it's certainly a helpful reminder on patience and perseverance: If you are like many... Continue Reading →