Sunday, January 17, 2010

The Writer's Journey

The Writer's Journey

Don't miss this opportunity to hear an expert on story
structure. He may just be the man to help you take your novel
from good to fantastic!

will be speaking April 18th at The Desert Dreams Conference
in Scottsdale, AZ.
Go to
then click on Conference on the left side for more info.

You can choose to attend only Brad's speech
and not the entire conference,
but why? Go to the website and check out the list
of agents and editors attending.

BRAD SCHREIBER has worked as a writer in all media,
as well as a producer, executve director and actor.
He is Vice President of Storytech Literary Consulting
(, founded by story structure
expert Christopher Vogler.

Since 1999, Brad has handled international consultations
with executives, writers, directors and producers of material
for TV, film, books and New Media. In television,
he created the series North Mission Road, which ran for six
seasons on Court TV, based on his nonfiction book Death
in Paradise: An Illustrated History of the Los Angeles County
Department of Coroner (Running Press/Perseus).

He has worked as a writer, producer and development executive
for L.A. PBS affiliate KCET-TV as well as director of development
for TV/film director Johnathan Kaplan.

Schreiber also wrote the six-hour live telecast L.A. County
Holiday Celebration which was aired nationally on PBS.
His five books include What Are You Laughing At?:
How to Write Funny Screenplays, Stories and More
and his compendium of live theatrical disasters, Stop the Show!,
which was praised by Pulitzer Price winning author Robert Olen Butler.
His next book is a biography of the early years
of musician Jimi Hendrix, for Da Capo/
Perseus, due in the Fall of 2010.

He is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post
and his national credits include Daily Variety, The writer
and Written By: The Journal of the Writers Guild of America.

He was nominated for the Kingman Films DASA Award
for his script The Couch and has won awards from the Edward
Albee Foundation, the National Press Foundation, the National Audio
Theatre Festivals and others.

Schreiber has taught at the American Film Institute,
the Directors Guild of American, the Gotham Writers
workshop in New York and writers conferences and universities
in the US, Canada and Mexico.

The Brad Schreiber Homepage

STORYTECH Literary Consulting

My Journalism Archive

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