If you dream of writing for TV—comedy, drama, reality, or alternative—but you’re not sure you’ve got what it takes, you can pitch your idea to a literary agent and TV producers next week and hear their feedback on your pitch.
And it’s all free.
Chad Gervich, author of the book Small Screen, Big Picture: A Writer’s Guide to the TV Business, is hosting the event in Los Angeles with Barnes & Noble. It’s at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31, at the bookstore at The Grove, 189 Grove Drive, Suite K-30.
Chad will speak for less than an hour about pitching, and then it’s your turn. Lindsay Howard, a scripted TV lit agent from APA Talent Agency, and producers from Joke Productions (Scream Queens, Beauty & the Geek) will listen to your pitch and then offer feedback on your idea and your pitching style.
The first 25 people who buy copies of the book that night will be guaranteed the chance to pitch.
Chad also writes the Script Notes Blog for Writer’s Digest.