Novelists, Inc. is marking its silver anniversary with not only the most informative, not-to-be missed conference of the year, but also the best party for members and speakers alike. We’re even hosting a terrific one-day program open to all writers and industry professionals. A NINC Retrospective: 25 Years of Serving the Writer. You don’t want to miss it.
Welman Digital LLC, NYC
Carolyn Pittis speaks at media industry conferences and teaches in the Columbia, Yale, and New York University publishing programs.
Her private management consulting business focuses on digital strategy, organizational design, operational execution and business process reengineering, analytics, and on the application of simple theories and models to solve today’s digital business problems.
That’s a mouthful!
The weird part is — she makes it all easy to understand and … well, fun.
Carolyn joins us for the one-day program and the entire conference, where she wants to tell us about “Ten Uncomfortable Questions to Ask Your Publisher Right Now.”
Bring the family, extend your stay. NINC’s never all work and no play!
The Writers’ Police Academy & The Graveyard Shift blog
Lee Lofland is the author of Police Procedure and Investigation, A Guide For Writers, and is the genius behind Writers’ Police Academy.
He has consulted for many bestselling authors, television and film writers, has appeared on national television and radio shows, such as NPR’s Talk of the Nation.
The Graveyard Shift, a wildly popular blog about cops, crooks, and crime scene investigation, is Lee’s creation.
The blog is updated daily with current law enforcement topics, such as autopsy, police tools and equipment, courts, and prisons and jails.
The blog also features guest experts, bestselling authors, top literary agents, and publishers.
A nationally acclaimed expert on police procedure and crime-scene investigation, Lee’s always in demand as a conference speaker — and we’ve got him!