My witterings here at Vicious Imagery have attracted attention, as the London Screenwriters' Festival has asked me to be a guest blogger on its site. For those who don't know, LSF 2010 is a three-day festival about the art, craft and business of screenwriting happening at the Novotel Hotel [next to London St Pancras station] at the end of October [29th-31st, to precise]. [Hmm, too many square brackets.]
There's an impressive array of guest speakers lined up and more to come, apparently. If you're passionate about screenwriting, events like this offer crucial opportunities for networking and learning more about your chosen field. Plus they offer that rarest of things: the chance to be a room of screenwriters. You don't get that elsewhere, bar screenwriting courses [which are not cheap, especially at postgrad level].
Click the icon at the right of this blog and it'll take you to the booking page. Type in the discount code VICIOUS and you'll save £37 on a ticket for the festival. [In the interests of full disclosure, I get slice of the action if you do.] In the meantime, you can read my first LSF guest blog here, where I witter on about learning the long journey that is the life of a screenwriter. Speaking of which: onwards!