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Enter to win entry to the Vancouver TV Writing Seminar

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TV, eh?is presenting a one-day seminar on writing for television with Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild of America Award-winning writer/producer Larry Kaplow (House, Body of Proof) and moderator Daegan Fryklind (The Listener, Being Erica).

Participants will learn practical information on breaking in, pitching, story structure, writing for production, and developing their own work.

Class size is limited and includes a networking lunch and breaks.

When: Sunday, May 6, 2012
Time:
9 am to 5 pm
Where: Morris J Wosk Centre For Dialogue, Simon Fraser University (downtown Vancouver)
Registration fee: $250
Register at: www.tv-eh.com/events or 604-684-2787

We’re giving away registration to the seminar to one lucky winner. Here’s how you can earn up to two chances to win:

  1. Leave a comment on this post explaining what you would want to get out of the seminar (1 entry per person)
  2. Post the following on Twitter (1 entry per person):

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I will draw the winner at 6 pm PT on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Good luck!

EDIT: Congrats to Garfield Miller, selected by my friend Random Number Generator as the winner. Thanks to all who entered!

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9 thoughts on “Enter to win entry to the Vancouver TV Writing Seminar”

  1. As a career writer, I’m always looking for ways in which to expand my abilities. As televisions writing was my original inspiration from which I pursued publication, it seems it would be coming full circle to learn more about it.

  2. I’m teaching Broadcast Writing & Dramatic Writing courses this summer at Canada’s biggest continuing education school at Ryerson University – The Chang School. What I would take away from your seminar are experiences to talk about in class, from some of the best writers in the industry!

  3. I’ve been writing for over thirty years but still have the ‘aspiring’ novelist title. I can’t think of a better seminar to add some spark to my writing prowess.

  4. I am an aspiring young writer with no clue where to start. I’m hoping this seminar could give me the kick in the ass I need, clues as to which direction to head and tools in which to hone my craft… Also a free lunch would be nice.

  5. As a writer, actor and playwright, I’ve been cracking the whip on myself to learn the ropes of TV writing. Having read Elephant Bucks and Crafty TV writing, and written a Spec for Parks and Rec and The Big Bang Theory, I’d like to learn more about the actual breaking of stories and structuring episodes from a working TV writer. I’m particularly interested in the ongoing creation of fresh new ideas for a series while still staying true to a format or voice (as with House). Since I’m spending Saturday at a Pitching workshop, I think this would be the perfect addition to my high octane weekend of learning. (Also, I’m a lot of fun and I’ll bring chocolate.)

  6. I would love to attend this seminar to learn the ins and outs of television writing from someone who has been on a successful show. Given the mix of procedural and character-driven story lines on House, I’m sure this seminar will be packed with useful information!

  7. This sounds like a great event. Next month I will be attending the Banff Media Festival as one of five aspiring writers selected to participate in the Global Writers Apprentice Program. The program provides access to broadcasters, executive producers, show runners and agents, and, following that, a four week apprenticeship in the writing room on an existing Canadian series. From the description of your program, I know that the lessons learned this Sunday (whether its regarding pitching, working in the room, developing my own series, etc.) will be put to use immediately as I enter the exciting adventure before me.

  8. Thanks so much for your entries (and everyone on Twitter too). Garfield was randomly selected as the winner – congratulations to him!

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