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Neutralizing the Mathilda Effect: How Women Writers Can Forge Successful Writing Careers

October 3 – December 12, 2015
Saturdays 10am – 1pm
UCLA Extension Writers’ Program
Downtown Los Angeles, 101B Figueroa Courtyard

Designed for women creative writers and screenwriters with serious professional aspirations, this course unpacks strategies and solutions to counter the prevailing bias in favor of men’s innate ability to self-generate prominence, known as The Matthew Effect. The course goal is for you to learn how to level the playing field by preparing yourself for the realities of the writing career game and engage in it actively, decisively, and successfully.

 
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For enrollment information please contact Katy Flaherty, Program Representative, Creative Writing (310) 206-0951

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