BREAKING IN AS A WRITER: Your First Steps

By · February 19, 2008 · Filed in Previous Activities

Because comic books are a visual medium, the comic book artist generally has an advantage as an unpublished talent. The old days of sending in unsolicited pitches to big comic book companies in the hopes of getting hired are dead and gone. If you are an unpublished writer with dreams of making it in the comic book industry and you don’t know how or where to begin, this is the panel for you. Join writer Brandon M. Easton (Dreamwave’s ARKANIUM, Arcana Studios’ SHADOWLAW) as he gives you the truth on how to break in. This panel is set up for BEGINNER LEVEL writers only and attendees should be prepared to take detailed notes as Brandon will give them a real world plan to achieve their dreams

Brandon M. Easton

Brandon M. Easton is a professional writer, screenwriter, and educator based in New York City. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Easton is a graduate of Ithaca College and Boston University’s prestigious Screenwriting program. Brandon has well over 10 years of writing experience. He has penned articles for the Boston Herald, Crashpad Magazine, and a variety of other publications. His past work has included the original comic book series ARKANIUM for Dreamwave Productions, and Transformers: Armada, which was distributed on Free Comic Book Day across North America. He is currently working on a novelized version of SHAWDOWLAW as well as other high-concept screenplays.

Check out his websites — www.shadowlawonline.com and www.foolscrusade.blogspot.com.

Arcana Studios’ SHADOWLAW

Also, you can listen to the companion podcast show called WRITING FOR ROOKIES at http://writingforrookies.podcastpeople.com/.

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