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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS — AN UPDATE AND CLARIFICATION

Thank you all for your warm and hopeful responses to my last post about a speaking engagement I have at a showing of the film of Neither Wolf nor Dog in Gold Beach, Oregon.  In it, I wrote that I would be happy to attend any showing to offer my insights and stories about the process of turning the book into a movie.  Unfortunately, it was an incomplete answer.

To refresh your memory, here is part of what I wrote:

I have done events like this a number of times now, and it is always a wonderful experience, both for me and the audience. I can offer behind the scenes stories about the making of the film, reflections on how the screen version differs from the book, and insights about the different ways books and films can tell a story.

If some theater or group in your community is planning to show Neither Wolf nor Dog and would like me to be present at the showing to introduce the film, do a q and a, or even give a presentation independent of the showing, please get in touch with me through this website or directly at knerburn@kentnerburn.com. I can bring books to sell and even make several available for raffle. If you so choose, we can even make a full day event of it. The possibilities are limited only by our imaginations.

True, enough.  But, sadly, I was not clear enough about the process.  I have nothing to do with arranging showings of the film, the selling of (or availability of) DVD’s, or anything that has taken place since the film was finished.  All of this is in the hands of the director, Steven Simpson, who has full control and ownership of everything to do with the film.  The most I can do is suggest you go to the facebook page of Neither Wolf nor Dog Movie.  There you can find out about future showings of the film and, perhaps, a viable way to contact him.

What I can do, and what I would love to do, is make myself available at any showing that has already been arranged.  There would be costs and logistics involved, but these can be worked out.  Discussion of the book and film together is always an incredibly rich experience.

If you are interested in arranging my presence at a showing of the film, or even about having me come to a book club or a venue near you to speak about any of my books, please contact me directly at knerburn@kentnerburn.com.  These private conversations very often bear surprising fruit.

But I can do nothing to get the film to your community.  I wish it were otherwise.  I have to leave that to your capable and creative hands.

Best of luck, my friends.  And my apologies for the misunderstanding.

 

 

A Showing of Neither Wolf nor Dog and some thoughts about arranging public appearances

I will be at the Curry County Library in Gold Beach, Oregon, on Thursday, January 31, to introduce and do a question and answer session on the film version of Neither Wolf nor Dog. I have done events like this a number of times now, and it is always a wonderful experience, both for me and the audience. I can offer behind the scenes stories about the making of the film, reflections on how the screen version differs from the book, and insights about the different ways books and films can tell a story.

If some theater or group in your community is planning to show Neither Wolf nor Dog and would like me to be present at the showing to introduce the film, do a q and a, or even give a presentation independent of the showing, please get in touch with me through this website or directly at knerburn@kentnerburn.com. I can bring books to sell and even make several available for raffle. If you so choose, we can even make a full day event of it. The possibilities are limited only by our imaginations.

There will be announcements of more speaking engagements soon, so stay tuned. And should you want me to come to your community to speak about any of my books or any of a number of topics, get in touch. I have worked out creative situations with all sorts of groups all across the country, and I always do it personally. So you and I will be working together to make it happen.

I look forward to hearing from you. I have always felt a special relationship with you, my readers, and hope to get to meet more of you face to face in the coming year.