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Sunday, April 14 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Screen to Page: the Novelization of TV and Film - Conversation 2064 - REQUIRES TICKET

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We’ve all heard about the transformation of stories from page to screen, but now the literary world has started a new trend. Some authors are choosing to work backwards, writing novelizations based on our favorite TV shows and movies. The panel will include Gwenda Bond, author of the first Stranger Things novel, and John Chester, filmmaker and author of the documentary-based children’s book The Big Little Farm.


Moderators
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Charles Solomon

Charles Solomon is an internationally respected critic and historian of animation. He has written on the subject for The New York Times, TV Guide, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Los Angeles Times, Modern Maturity, Film Comment, and The Hollywood Reporter. His books include Tale As Old As... Read More →

Speakers
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Danielle Paige

Danielle Paige is the New York Times bestselling author of the Dorothy Must Die series and the Stealing Snow series. In addition to writing young adult books, she has worked in the television industry, where she’s received a Writers Guild of America Award and was nominated for several... Read More →
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Gwenda Bond

Gwenda Bond is the author of many novels. Among others, they include the "Lois Lane" and "Cirque American" trilogies, and the first official "Stranger Things" novel, "Suspicious Minds." She and her husband author Christopher Rowe also co-write a middle grade series, "The Supernormal... Read More →
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John Chester

John Chester spent the first twenty years of his career making documentary films. In addition to running their 214-acre regenerative farm, serving as farm manager with his wife, Molly Chester, John wrote and directed "The Biggest Little Farm," an award-winning documentary about his... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Annenberg Auditorium, Signing Area 3

Attendees (147)