Paula Rogers

Paula Rogers

Sweet Baby Inc.

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Paula Rogers is a writer, editor, and illustrator with over 15 years of experience. Her work in print and radio has been featured by San Francisco's KQED Public Radio, National Public Radio, the Third Coast International Audio Festival, and Salon. She worked as a writer and editor to create the book Show Me How, an infographic guide to life published by Harper Collins, and illustrated subsequent titles in the series. As a copywriter, her advertising work has been featured by Communication Arts, HOW Magazine, the ADDY awards, and South by Southwest. Her screenplays and teleplays have been awarded by the New Hope Film Festival, the LA Femme International Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, and The Humanitas Prize. She was Lead Writer and Story Editor of the BAFTA-nominated game Neo Cab, which was named one of the best titles of 2019 by the L.A. Times, The Washington Post, and Paste Magazine, among others, and awarded Best Narrative Design by IndieCade. She currently works as a Writer and Narrative Designer for Sweet Baby Inc.

Paula Rogers is speaking at the following session/s

In The Room: Running and Participating in Modern Writers’ Rooms

3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 3

Paula (Lead Writer, Story Editor, University Professor) and Amy-Leigh (Writer and Narrative Designer) will be in conversation about their experiences running and participating in writers’ rooms, including best practices, structures for fruitful discussion, collaboration techniques, creative team-building exercises, and how best to prepare yourself for working with others. After these discussions, they will also be open to any questions on the subject, including questions about writing collaboratively for genre (comedy, horror, romance) and fostering teamwork.

Session Takeaway

  • Build a supportive and fruitful environment for getting the best ideas out of a writing team
  • Provide actionable creative feedback and keep writers feeling motivated and positive
  • Prevent or correct harmful and counterproductive group dynamics

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