Agent Gordon Warnock – ThinkingFunny22

Gordon Warnock, Partner at Fuse Literary, works with New York Times bestsellers and debut authors alike. He will be one of a group of panelists helping writers better understand theins and outs of what agents do and how they pick their clients. […]

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Standup Comedy Coach Judy Carter to Share Her Expertise at ThinkingFunny21

Judy Carter, author of Stand-up Comedy, The Book, will be on hand to help attendees sharpen their stand-up chops during our April 3rd, 2021 virtual conference. Click here to register for the event. Carter is a knowledgeable, dynamic, and fun teacher with […]

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Dave Master to Moderate the Storyboarding and Animation Discussion at ThinkingFunny21

Dave Master has trained many artists and animators, and he is well-known in his professional circle as a person who “pays it forward” to help others to achieve their artistic and personal potential. We’re pleased to announce that he will be participating […]

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Tips on Crafting Proposals From the Man Who “Wrote the Book” – Andy Ross on Agents’ Panel at ThinkingFunny21

Andy Ross is the author of  The Literary Agent’s Guide to Writing a Non-Fiction Book Proposal, and he’ll be helping our conference attendees understand the process of finding a marketable concept and doing the research necessary to make a credible book proposal. […]

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Poet-Songwriter Sara Hoxie Shares Her Catchy Tunes at ThinkingFunny21

So, you want an easy explanation, a label to pin on Sara? Good luck with that! Her many talents and interests make it impossible to put her in a box. That’s one of the many wonderful things about her. Click here to […]

Tagged environmentalism, folk music, music, songwriting
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