professional Development

Storyselling: The Secrets of Successful Book Proposals



Sep 30 2015


LOCATION


15 Maiden Lane, 18th Floor
New York, NY

FORMAT

NYC Workshop

Topics Covered

Marketing
Branding

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DATE
Wednesday, September 30, 6:15-9:15pm (ET) 

PRICE
$35.00 

LOCATION
Creative Capital
15 Maiden Lane, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10038

Storyselling: The Secrets of Successful Book Proposals
Whether becoming an author has always been your most cherished artistic dream or the necessary next step for you to establish your professional expertise, why wait any longer?  Storyselling: The Secrets of Successful Book Proposals workshop is for literary artists, as well as artists of any discipline, who are interested in creating a winning book proposal. Ideasmyth Director Victoria Rowan, will offer an overview of the key elements of a winning book proposal and provide tips and best practices to give you the creative and commercial advantage in the marketplace.  This hands-on workshop will cover the 7 Critical Questions for Communication, and Ms. Rowan will use participants specific situations as case studies to provide you with laser coaching on how to highlight the individual assets of your project.


Victoria C. Rowan's vocation is to cultivate and celebrate creativity in all its forms. Since launching Ideasmyth.com in 2000, she draws on her range of media experience as she supports her clients (1,000+) produce critically acclaimed articles, books, monographs, theater productions, as well as many other outstanding innovative enterprises. She has spent over 25 years working and writing for all forms of media including publications, websites, public radio, book packagers and social media platforms. Founding director of the educational division of Mediabistro.com, it quickly became a multi-million-dollar phenomenon. She has also curated a great variety of literary and spoken word events for organizations like the 92nd Street Y and The National Arts Club, for which she received press recognition for her own series.