Texas Graphic Novel Writing Workshop

In Dallas on April 14, there’s going to be a day-long workshop on scriptwriting for graphic novels. For a $20 registration fee, you get at least five hours of instruction, lunch, and free issues of WRITE NOW! and CREATIVE SCREENWRITING magazines. Here’s a PDF with more details. Sounds like an excellent learning opportunity for those in the area.

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2 Responses to “Texas Graphic Novel Writing Workshop”

  1. Tim O'Shea Says:

    $20 for a five-hour class? Dang, wish I lived in Texas.

  2. Monk Says:

    Could always pull an Astronaut, slap on a diaper and drive down there.

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