Everyone Wants My Job!: The ABCs of Entertainment Writing

Everyone Wants My Job!: The ABCs of Entertainment Writing

by Saenger
     
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Diana Saenger is a journalist, editor and freelance entertainment writer. Owner of the Saenger Syndicate, she has been a self-syndicated film critic for ten years and regularly interview celebrities and other professionals in the entertainment field. Her work has appeared in the San Diego Union Tribune, InSide Sports Magazine, Good

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Diana Saenger is a journalist, editor and freelance entertainment writer. Owner of the Saenger Syndicate, she has been a self-syndicated film critic for ten years and regularly interview celebrities and other professionals in the entertainment field. Her work has appeared in the San Diego Union Tribune, InSide Sports Magazine, Good Times Magazine, Romance Forever Magazine, Romantic Times Magazine, Teen Magazine, Script Magazine, Uptown Newsmagazine, Senior World, Alaska Parenting, San Diego Family Magazine, Arts San Diego Magazine, San Diego Writers Monthly, and selected newspapers across America. Her film and theater quotes have run in national newspaper ads in The New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, and Daily Variety. As entertainment editor for Romance Bower Magazine, the East County Californian, The Alpine Sun and managing editor for Uptown-Marquee she reviews theater, books, music, films, and restaurants. She is a staff writer for Script Magazine and the winner of numerous writing awards from California Media Professionals, San Diego Press Club and the National Association of Press Women. She is co-author How To Win At Handicap Drag Racing, and author of My Life as a POW in the Vietnam War Lucent Books\fall 2000.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780941599535
Publisher:
Piccadilly Books, Limited
Publication date:
07/01/2000
Series:
Writing and Publishing Ser.
Pages:
160
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

What People are saying about this

Raymond Regis
If you ever wondered what it takes to interview Julia Roberts, Diana Saenger has written the answer. Her advice to writing reviews is essential to neophyte critics.(Raymond Regis, filmmaker, assistant professor and archivist North Carolina School of Arts)
Bob Strauss
A savvy and comprehensive guide to a strange but wonderful business.(Bob Strauss, film critic, LA Daily News)
George Pennacchio
Diana Saenger writes what she knows and she knows showbiz. Her book comes from the perspective of someone who loves her work. There's a reason everyone wants her job! (George Pennacchio, entertainment reporter, KABC-TV Los Angeles)

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