Turn Your Beat Reporting into a Book -- Sept. 15
August 28, 2008
Ready to turn the page on your beat reporting and write a book? Join established authors for magazines, newspapers, and other mediums at a beat-to-book panel on MONDAY, SEPT. 15, at 7 p.m. in the Zenger Room.
Panelists will talk about how they turned their reporting beat into a book as well as offer tips for how aspiring authors can research and sell their own work (and how to get over that first hurdle, the book proposal).
Don't miss this chance to learn about becoming an author from a journalist's perspective. Panelists include: NPC member Marc Sandalow, author of "Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi's Life, Times and Rise to Power," Sharon Weinberger, author of "A Nuclear Family Vacation," Eric Roston, author of "The Carbon Age," Alicia Shepard, author of "Woodward and Bernstein: Life in the Shadow of Watergate."
Please RSVP to Christine Dell'Amore: firstname.lastname@example.org.