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an opportunity for writers interested in transforming ideas into a screenplay

From: user 3.
Sent on: Saturday, December 1, 2012 9:57 AM
DWG members,

I hope this reaches all the members of the Durham writer's group. Someone let me know if it does.

This is a flier for an unusual seminar, taught by an expert, for those trying to figure out how to transform a story they've created into a screenplay. Slots are limited to 10 people, and while it's not exactly cheap to attend, and will require some time and effort to produce something decent, it may be worth it. I think so anyway, and will attend myself. This is being sponsored by ProseWorks Media, a start-up writer's aid and publishing firm based in Chapel Hill. ProseWorks wants to hear from area writers who may have written something worth attention!

At any rate, take a look at the attachment here!

Regards, Martin Love

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